I actually just noticed it has been a while since I did a blog post. I also know that writing about this is not really a good idea in the blogosphere. Unless… it’s for a good reason!
The good reason for not being that active on my blog lately is the fact that I’m producing content for Microsoft’s Interoperability team. Have you ever wanted to start working with Windows Azure and PHP? No idea where to start? Meet the official portal: Developing Applications for Azure with PHP.
I’ve currently posted some tutorials and scenarios out there, but there’s more to come. Here’s a list of what’s currently available:
- Tutorial - Using the Windows Azure Tools for Eclipse with PHP
- Tutorial - Using the Windows Azure SDK for PHP
- Tutorial - Using Queue Service
- Scenario - Offloading static content to blob storage
So whenever you think I’m relaxing and doing nothing, check http://azurephp.interoperabilitybridges.com for new content. By the way, if you are doing PHP and Azure, drop me a line. It’s always good to know and maybe I can be of help.
Stay tuned for more on this!
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