At TechEd New Zealand, I presented a session on how to integrate a company’s backend systems into SQL Server 2014 and deliver that data out to mobile devices via Web APIs to support the operations of occasionally-connected apps on mobile devices using NoSQL tables.
At TechEd New Zealand, I presented a session on Microsoft’s next generation data sync technology from Azure Mobile Services that uses SQLite to support the operations of occasionally-connected apps on mobile devices. Most mobile apps require the ability to store data locally
I was thrilled to join Gus Emery (@n_f_e) and JJ Hammond (@jjhammondmusic) for a lively discussion of the past and future of Microsoft enterprise mobility on CodeCast Episode 12 of @STLTechTalk. These guys are doing great work in the developer
For those of you who couldn’t make it to San Francisco, here’s my session on Wrapping a Mobile API around your Enterprise and taking Data Offline with NoSQL on Windows Phones and Tablets from //build/ 2014. Enterprise mobility is a top
Today at TechEd Europe 2013 in Madrid, I’ll be starting off the day with my session, “Developing Large-Scale Enterprise Mobile Apps for Windows Phone 8 and Windows Tablets” at 10:15 in room N112. Session Abstract: Building a Mobile Enterprise Application Platform
Wow, “Keeping Windows 8 Tablets in Sync with SQL Server 2012″ has already surged up to be the number one Kindle book in the Microsoft Mobile and Tablet category! Couldn’t be happier. I appreciate the support.