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Thanks to everyone who attended my session about building large-scale solutions in Windows Azure. Everything you saw was based on the lessons we learned when building our KidoZen (www.kidozen.com ) platform. The slide deck I used during the presentation can be found at http://www.slideshare.net/jesusmrv/azure-best-practices2
After a brief hiatus, I am super happy to announce our next Tellago Technology Update. This time we will be focusing on one of my favorite topics: enterprise mobility. Here is a quick summary:
This summer, I took a brief break from speaking engagements to focus on shipping our new software in Tellago Studios and not stress my already hectic travel schedule. However, I’ve accepted a few invites to speak at different conferences during the fall and winter. Here is a brief list of the ones that are already confirmed:
Software Architect Conference (London) http://www.software-architect.co.uk
- NodeJS for the .Net Developer
- I am a .NET developer but I have an iPhone and an Android
Oredev (Malmö, Sweden): http://oredev.org/
- Kinect for Windows Deep Dive
Cloud Computing Expo (Santa Clara, CA) http://cloudcomputingexpo.com/
- Introducing the Enterprise Mobile Platform as a Service
Cloud & Virtualization Live (Orlando, FL): http://virtlive360.com/Events/2012/Home.aspx
- Using Windows Azure to Build the Next Generation of Mobile Applications
- Windows Azure in the Real World: From Idea to Production in a Few Months
I plan to add a few more events to the list in the next few weeks. If you are attending any of these conferences feel free to contact me via this blog so that we can sync up.
Today at 2pm I will be hosting our monthly Tellago Technology Update. This time we are going to take an in-depth look at cloud computing platforms from an enterprise developer perspective.
Something around these lines :
Is your organization embarking on cloud computing initiatives? Struggling to select the right technology within the large variety of cloud computing platforms such as Windows Azure, Amazon AWS, Google App Engine, VMWare Cloud Foundry? Wondering how to leverage your existing investment in .NET technologies on new cloud computing applications? You should attend this webinar! This session will explore some of the most popular cloud computing platforms in the current market from an enterprise development perspective. The session will dive deeply into those platforms by focusing on the different capabilities such as databases, storage, computing fabric, development environments, security among others elements necessary to build enterprise applications that leverage the cloud. We will emphasize on how to leverage your existing investment in .NET technologies to efficiently adopt some of these cloud platforms. In addition to technical capabilities, we will highlight aspects such as price models, development skill sets, roadmaps and other elements that should be considered when embarking on cloud computing initiatives.
If you are interested on cloud computing subjects related to enterprise solutions I certainly hope you can join me for this discussion. You can register here….
I know, I know….It’s been almost 2 weeks since Teched and I still haven’t posted the slide decks of my sessions :( I’ve been super busy with some exciting development on both Tellago and Tellago Studios but I finally got to it :)
Last week I presented two sessions at Microsoft Teched USA. This year my sessions were focus on Real World Windows Workflow Foundation and WCF Patterns.
Do I like challenges or what? ;)
Well, both sessions received were jammed packed and received an amazing feedback from developers using these technologies in real solutions. As a speaker, I always like interacting with the audience so needless to say I had a blast on both presentations. The videos for my sessions are now online at http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/NorthAmerica/2011/MID402 and I will be posting the demos soon.
Part of the fun of starting a company is that I don’t find myself alone at conferences anymore ;). This year, Tellago’s Gustavo Machado , Suresh Girirajan and my business partner Elizabeth Redding also attended the event and try to, of course, heckle the way through my sessions ;)
This week I am speaking at the 4th international SOA Symposium in Brasilia, Brazil. The topic?, take a guess… SO-Aware of course! Tomorrow I will be doing a session about agile SOA Governance that will illustrate on a lot of the principles SO-Aware is built upon as well as a lot of the experiences we have gathered in our real world implementations. Thursday I will be doing a session about RESTful Services patterns and I am scheduled to participate in a SOA Governance panel with some luminaries of SOA world. I am very much looking forward to a great conference and to have some great debates about service orientation.
Today my colleague Don Demsak will be presenting a session about WCF management, testing and governance using SO-Aware and the SO-Aware Test Workbench at the Connected Systems User Group in Atlanta. Don is a very engaging speaker and has prepared some very cool demos based on lessons of real world WCF solutions. If you are in the ATL area and interested in WCF, AppFabric, BizTalk you should definitely swing by Don’s session. Don’t forget to heckle him a bit (you can blame it for it ;) )
I really wanted to wait until our new website was out to blog about this but I hope you can put up with the ugly website for a few more days J.
Tellago keeps growing and, after a quick break at the beginning of the year, we are back in hiring mode J. We are currently expanding our teams in the United States and Argentina and have various positions open in the following categories.
- .NET developers: If you are an exceptional .NET programmer with a passion for creating great software solutions working on great teams we want to hear from you! Don't be afraid if you are not skillful with server-side technologies such as BizTalk or SharePoint, you will have the opportunity of learning those.
- BizTalk architects: Would you like to team up with some of the top BizTalk-WCF architects in the world? As part of our SOA practice, we have several open positions for BizTalk architects in both the United States and Argentina.
- SharePoint architects: Our SharePoint practice is growing aggressively and expanding into hot areas such as business intelligence or enterprise search. Currently, we have several positions open for SharePoint architects in both the United States and Argentina
- Program managers (agile coaches): Tellago is innovating in agile techniques for distributed teams. We are currently looking for program managers who have a passion for agile methodologies and who are crazy and dynamic (in that order) enough to work with us.
Why work with us (not for us)?
With so many Microsoft partners you have to rightfully question what in the world makes Tellago different. Here is a first shot?
- Do things different at a bigger scale: At Tellago, we are not interested on building another average consultancy floated with unoriginal ideas. We are really trying to do things differently by building a team that can innovate while still delivering great solutions and always do the right thing by the customer.
- Work on the latest technologies: With us you are always going to be playing with the latest releases of Microsoft and several open source technologies even before they hit the market.
- Work for a company that values talent, team work and passion: If you have the talent and are passionate about building great software then you are guarantee to grow as we grow.
- Be challenged: Learn, learn, learn. With us, you are guaranteed to be challenged every day to improve your technical skillset and to innovate in the solutions you deliver for our customers.
- Build stuff that matters: At Tellago we are spending a lot of time focusing on technologies that are changing the world even though if we are not using some of those technologies in our current projects.
- Team up with the best: Join a team that already includes technology thought leaders such as Pablo Cibraro, Chris Love, Dwight Goins, Don Demsak and others.
- Contribute to Tellago Studios: While you work at Tellago, you will have the opportunity to collaborate on the Tellago Studios products as well to get involved in the future roadmaps.
- Contribute to open source: We want you to spend time contributing to open source initiatives. Check out Tellago Dev Labs.
- Build up your career: We want you to use Tellago to make your career better. We will encourage you to complement your daily work in projects with community activities such as writing, blogging or speaking at several conferences or user groups.
- Make us better: We are far from being a perfect company, but we try really hard to improve every day. We want you to bring your passion to this company and help us grow, succeed and sometimes fail together.
Of course, chances are that you might have heard similar pitches before so I will let some of our results in 2010 speak for themselves http://weblogs.asp.net/gsusx/archive/2010/12/28/tellago-amp-amp-tellago-studios-2010.aspx.
If you are interested in our current positions please email me at jesus dot rodriguez at tellago dot com. If you are interested to join our team in Argentina, you can reach out to Pablo Cibraro at pablo dot cibraro at tellago dot com.
WE DO NOT CARE IF YOU DON'T HAVE A GREAT RESUME!!!!!! We care about your talent and passion.