Live360Live! 360 is a unique conference where the IT and Developer community converge to test-drive leading edge technologies and fuel up on current ones. These five co-located events incorporate knowledge transfer and networking, along with finely tuned education and training, as you create your own custom conference, mixing and matching sessions and workshops to best suit your needs. Whether you are a developer who uses Visual Studio, SQL Server, and SharePoint; or an IT Pro looking for ways to modernize your datacenter or assistance with your SharePoint administrative duties; or a DBA focused on building and supporting successful applications using SQL Server, the agendas are crafted for (almost) every IT title. All roads lead to Live! 360: the ultimate education destination.

AIS’s Vishwas Lele and Scott Hoag will be speakers at this year’s conference.

Vishwas Lele’s sessions include:

  • Cloud or Not, 10 Reasons Why You Must Know “Web Sites”
  • Introduction to Next Generation of Azure PaaS – Service Fabric and Containers

 

 

Scott Hoag’s sessions include:

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  • Setting Up Directory Synchronization for Office 365
  • To the Cloud! Using IaaS as a Hosting Provider for SharePoint
  • Workshop Getting up and Running with Office 365 for IT Pros

 

 

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Raleigh Code Camp AIS is proud to be a sponsor for this year’s Raleigh Code Camp. Code Camp is a free event for software developers to come and learn from their peers. This community driven event has become an international trend where peer groups of all platforms, programming languages and disciplines band together to bring content to the community.

In addition to being a sponsor, AIS’s Steve Kip Streithorst will be a guest presenter leading a session entitled Learning C# 6 By Example.

Session Description:

kipCome learn the new features of C# 6, part of Visual Studio 2015. C# 6 provides a number of features to make your code easier to write and easier to read. Come learn about enhanced string templates and the new null conditional operator, both of which you will probably want to start using immediately. We will also cover the other new features such as expression bodied methods, auto property initializers and primary constructors which can greatly simplify data objects. This session will be done as a before and after, showing code written without the new features and then showing updated code using the new C# 6 features. If we have time, we might also discuss some of the new features in the Visual Studio 2015 IDE as well.

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Screen Shot 2015-10-05 at 10.29.37 AMAIS is excited to participate in the All Things Open conference in Raleigh. We will join the world’s top developers, technologists, and decision makers as we explore open source, open tech, and the open web in the enterprise.

This event includes two days of keynotes, talks, tutorials, workshops and networking opportunities in Raleigh and the Research Triangle area.

AIS Senior Software Engineer, Kevin Hennessy, will be leading a session entitled “Beginner’s Guide To Angular 2.0”. Read More…

During Microsoft’s AzureCon AIS Chief Technology Officer, Vishwas Lele, gave two excellent presentations that are now available for you to view and share with others. AzureCon is a free, virtual event where attendees got to hear from the experts about the latest Azure innovation and easy-to-adopt solutions. Check out what we shared with this engaged group.

Applying Azure ML to Software Development

Applying Azure ML to Software DevelopmentThis session is about migrating an existing Azure Cloud Services based application to Azure Service Fabric. It begins with a quick discussion on different motivations for such a migration. The rest of the talk is focused on walking through the migrated application code and discussing the available design choices. Watch Now!

Migrating your Application to Azure Service Fabric

Migrating your Application to Azure Service FabricThis session is about migrating an existing Azure Cloud Services based application to Azure Service Fabric. It begins with a quick discussion on different motivations for such a migration. The rest of the talk is focused on walking through the migrated application code and discussing the available design choices. Watch Now!