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    Behind the Scenes: How FishAngler extended their mobile application using Azure Functions


    FishAngler is a startup based in South Florida that has a cross-platform mobile app for fishermen to log and share their catches. The app seeks to increase the angler’s overall experience with the rollout of features that enable anglers to record, forecast, and increase their fishing skill level. The collection and segmentation of fishing data will pave the way for anglers to accurately target species like a pro.

    Join Jerry Nixon and Joe Raio as they welcome Jonas Stawski, CTO of...


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    Behind the Scenes: How CGI Federal uses DevOps to improve the efficiency and quality of its ProperPay offering


    Since 1976, US defense, civilian, and intelligence agencies have partnered with CGI Federal to support their mission-essential needs at every stage of the program, product, and business lifecycle. These partnerships fuel CGI’s deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing its clients and inform the development of solutions to help them improve outcomes and maximize results.

    CGI Federal wanted to investigate DevOps practices to improve the way it develops solutions....


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    Behind the Scenes: How Plas.md created an IoT solution for BioNautica, an Interactive Therapy app


    Plas.md is a startup specializing in health solutions. They leverage next-generation technologies such as virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), wearable devices, and artificial intelligence to solve some of the hardest problems in healthcare and education. The company’s goal is to create targeted applications and experiences that enhance wellness, improve performance, and enable individuals across the world to attain the highest quality of life.

    Microsoft recently teamed...


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    Azure IP Advantage: How to Reduce Risk, Innovate with Confidence, and Operate with Freedom in the cloud


    The Microsoft Azure IP Advantage program provides comprehensive protection against intellectual property (IP) risks with uncapped indemnification and access to a portfolio of thousands of Microsoft patents. With Azure IP Advantage, developers can focus on writing code without worrying about companies that sue developers, and customers can grow their business with confidence.

    Join David Giard as he welcomes CVP Erich Andersen and Director of Marketing for Azure Tanuj Bansal to the...


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    Behind the Scenes: How Illinois Tech used Azure Functions to Create an Attendance-Taking App


    The Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), also known as Illinois Tech, is a private, technology-focused, research university offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering, science, architecture, business, design, human sciences, applied technology, and law.

    Microsoft recently teamed up with Illinois Tech’s Interprofessional Projects Program (IPRO) to create an easy-to-update client application and a serverless computing back-end to greatly speed IPRO course...


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    Behind the Scenes: How Chefs for Seniors uses Xamarin, HockeyApp & Azure App Service to Power its Daily Operations


    Chefs For Seniors provides personalized in-home meal preparation for senior citizens on a weekly basis that aligns with dietary restrictions. The service includes grocery shopping, help with meal selection, in-home cooking, and companionship during meal prep.

    Currently, the chefs at Chefs For Seniors handle their planning and operations by carrying large binders with them to their clients’ homes and to the grocery store to ensure they are purchasing the right ingredients and are...


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    Behind the Scenes: How Shelfie Built a Xamarin.Forms mobile app that connects charities with donors


    Shelfie and Microsoft teamed up in a hackfest to build a mobile social media platform to create fundraising photo and video campaigns for nonprofits. Its aim is to build communities around a cause, enhancing awareness, engagement and retention while increasing donations and contributions to the campaigns.

    Join Jerry Nixon as he welcomes the team from Shelfie,  Brendan Barbato and Nathan Geyer, as well as the team from Microsoft, Gavin Bauman and Adina Shanholtz,  to...


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    Behind the Scenes: How Hykso sends punches into the cloud using Microsoft Azure


    Hykso makes a device that boxers and MMA fighters can use to capture performance data, helping them to measure and improve their punching skills. The company wanted to expand the device’s capabilities, so they worked together with Microsoft and devised a multi-user scenario where they were able to extend the senor data from the local device to the cloud using Azure Event Hubs and Stream Analytics.

    Join Jerry Nixon as he welcomes Charles Lambert, Lead Developer from Hykso...


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    Behind the Scenes: How Hendrick Motorsports uses Xamarin & Azure to Increase Communication, Productivity & Mobility


    Hendrick Motorsports, which fields several prominent NASCAR teams, worked with Microsoft to expand the capabilities of its race crew chiefs with a cross-platform mobile app that can help them keep track of crucial race details. This web app follows over 1,100 tasks to complete a car as well as information for the crew chief from past race events so they can build that same car and add in what they learned from the last race.

    Join Jerry Nixon as he welcomes Sr. Tech Evangelists,...


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    Behind the Scenes: How FuseThru Devised a Prototype Smart Building System using IoT devices


    FuseThru capitalizes on the growth and miniaturization of electronics. Working with existing sensors and modular tools, it provides easy upgrades for OEMs looking to improve product features so users can experience the benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT).

    Microsoft teamed up with FuseThru to prototype a new system designed to monitor atmospheric variables, both inside and outside of the Flatiron Building in Atlanta, GA – an 11-story building built in 1897 and the city’s...


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