Join North East Bytes for our sixth event of 2013. Following on from the great events that we've had over the last two years, we've lined up another great event for your benefit. We are really pleased to welcome Friends of NEBytes, Steve Spencer and Rik Hepworth from Black Marble.
Date: Wednesday 15th May 2013
Web API, SignalR, Windows Azure and Gadgeteer - Challenges of the .Net Micro-Framework
This session introduces Gadgeteer and the .Net Micro-Framework and moves into a practical implementation that uses web api, signal R and Windows Azure.
Steve is the Development Director of the Black Marble Ltd a Microsoft Gold Partner based in the North of England. Black Marble is a highly skilled software development and IT consultancy house that thrives on solving difficult problems, ensuring our customers benefit from the innovative solutions we deliver.
As Development Director Steve is responsible for all software development and consultancy at Black Marble.
Steve is a regular presenter at events in the UK and Ireland where my common subjects are Windows Azure and ALM.
Give It a Kick: Lessons Learned from TFS 2012 Lab and SCVMM 2012
Black Marble recently migrated their TFS2010 Lab to TFS 2012 and thought it would be a good idea to move to a single SCVMM 2012 instance to manage both lab and production Hyper-V whilst also moving to SQL 2012 Always On and Server 2012 across the board. Find out just how much fun that was as Rik discusses the process.
Rik is the IT Director of Black Marble, a Microsoft Gold Partner based in the North of England. Black Marble specialises in Biztalk and SharePoint-based business automation. In addition to making sure Black Marble's own systems deliver, Rik leads the IT side of Black Marble's SharePoint practice. Rik has been delivering SharePoint solutions since Black Marble’s involvement in the beta of SharePoint 2007 and presents regularly for Black Marble and their partners on this and other topics.
The event will be hosted in Room 1.02 of Claremont Tower at Newcastle University. For a detailed campus map - http://www.ncl.ac.uk/documents/Campus-Map-Print.pdf