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May 2014 Meeting

The May 2014 COCCUG meeting will be on Monday, May 12th from 6pm – 8pm at Improving Enterprises (One Easton Oval, Suite 175, Columbus, OH 43219click here for an aerial view). We are pleased to welcome Michael Ducy back to COCCUG this month.

Please RSVP for meetings via www.meetup.com/coccug.

Automating Azure with Chef

Abstract: Microsoft Azure recently announced support for automation tools such as Chef. Come learn about Azure and Chef and how the two can be used together to automated Windows and Linux deployments.

Bio: Michael Ducy (@mfdii) currently works as a Global Partner Evangelist for Chef focused on designing and implementing automation solutions for customer’s Cloud, IT Automation, and Continuous Delivery needs. Michael has worked in a variety of roles in his career including Systems Engineering , Performance Engineering, and IT Instructor.

Please continue to tell your friends about COCCUG! They can find us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/coccug and also at www.meetup.com/coccug

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April 2014 Meeting

The April 2014 COCCUG meeting will be on Monday, April 14th from 6pm – 8pm at Improving Enterprises (One Easton Oval, Suite 175, Columbus, OH 43219click here for an aerial view). We are pleased to welcome Jared Faris back to COCCUG this month. 

Please RSVP for meetings via www.meetup.com/coccug.

Azure Web Sites – A Great Prototyping Environment

Abstract: Microsoft Azure Web Sites – Microsoft’s other Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) product – are a great option for prototype/development environments. In this talk, we’ll look at the features of Azure Web Sites and related platform tools. We’ll talk about features that make your life easier as a developer and consider whether you can use Azure Web Sites to help you build apps that may or may not end up living in the cloud. Topics include:

  • Deployments and releases
  • Live editing in-browser
  • WebSockets
  • Remote debugging and monitoring
  • Scheduled tasks

Bio: Jared Faris is a developer and teacher who is focused on building great software to make companies money, improve peoples lives, and generally do good stuff. He’s worked with everything from legacy systems to modern languages like C# and Ruby, frameworks all over the place, and tons and tons of JavaScript. He’s a huge proponent of cloud computing and one of the organizers of CloudDevelop and he’s joining HMB to help make awesome dev teams even more awesomer

Please continue to tell your friends about COCCUG! They can find us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/coccug and also at www.meetup.com/coccug

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