I know, I should’ve posted this long time ago. In fact, it’s almost 1 year since the event in which I talked about the stuff. I simply forgot. Well, better late than never.
The event was called Global Azure Bootcamp 2015, a worldwide community-driven event that merely talks about all stuffs related to Azure. The event was held in hundreds of countries in the world, including Bandung and the other 2 cities in Indonesia. All happened at the same time, April 25, 2015.
Beside as one of the organizers for Bandung chapter, I also delivered a talk in it. The talk was about Wearables app development and how the app can work with Azure services. In that talk, I particularly focus on Apple Watch app development that accessing Azure App Services (it’s Azure Mobile Services at that time).
I’ll be back for more in Global Azure Bootcamp 2016, along with the other Microsoft MVPs or other speakers. Stay tune!
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It’s a bit late, but yay! my book was finally published since last November. For any mere users that claim using cloud computing in modern world, knowing the best out of iCloud is a must. This book will show you how. Go get it while it’s hot from PacktPub and Amazon.
Read free chapter sample from Amazon to get the idea what’s the book is all about. Or you really want it, but somehow the cosmos is not allowing you to buy it for now, just mention me (at Twitter handle @andri_yadi). I’ll do my best to make your dream come true.
The book was conceived since about 1 year ago. It took almost 1 year for me and co-author Fauzan Alfi, to author it. The changing nature of iCloud is a challenge that requires us updating the content and screenshot along the way. With the release of groundbreaking change in iOS 7 and Mavericks at the very end of the writing, requires us to update some more. But at the end, it’s all for the reader. The book is now up-to-date to cover iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks. It’s awesome, man!
Yesterday I delivered a talk about iCloud on an IT seminar entitled “Apple iCloud Technology” at Budi Luhur University. Actually, it’s the first time I talked about iCloud and to my knowledge it’s the first seminar in Indonesia talking about iCloud. I was the sole speaker at the seminar and given full 2 hours to speak, it’s satisfying.
Too bad it’s not full house considering the topic is rare and new. I suspect it’s still not many students want to know about Apple stuffs, especially the iCloud. Anyway, good job to the event committee for arranging such event.
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