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Kirk Evans is an Architect with the Windows Azure Modern Apps Center of Excellence at Microsoft and a Microsoft Certified Master for SharePoint 2010. This blog focuses on building solutions using Microsoft Visual Studio and the .NET Framework.
By T. K. “Ranga” Rengarajan, corporate vice president, Data Platform and Joseph Sirosh, corporate vice president, Machine Learning This week in San Jose thousands of people are at Strata + Hadoop World to explore the technology and business of big data. As part of our participation in the conference, we are pleased to announce new and enhanced Microsoft data services: a preview of Azure HDInsight running on Linux, the general … Read more »
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