Introducing Windows Azure for IT Professionals Free @ Kindle Amazon
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Introducing Windows Azure for IT Professionals Free @ Kindle Amazon

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Found 19th MarMade hot 20th Mar
Topics include:

Understanding Windows AzureWindows Azure Compute ServicesWindows Azure Network ServicesWindows Azure Data ServicesWindows Azure App ServicesGetting Started with Windows Azure

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Mitch Tulloch is a widely recognized expert on Windows administration and has been awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) status for his contributions supporting those who deploy and use Microsoft platforms, products, and solutions.

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If you're a student, you can also take advantage of free azure for a year with your ac.uk email address through Microsoft imagine.

This should help with mine! Thanks!
Edited by: "Reisclef" 19th Mar

And for everyone else, you can get free £125 credit for use with any of the azure services, enough to cover the context of this book for free using offer code: ms-azr-0044p
account.windowsazure.com/sig…44p

Reisclef

If you're a student, you can also take advantage of free azure for a year … If you're a student, you can also take advantage of free azure for a year with your ac.uk email address through Microsoft imagine. This should help with mine! Thanks!



Si__

And for everyone else, you can get free £125 credit for use with any of … And for everyone else, you can get free £125 credit for use with any of the azure services, enough to cover the context of this book for free using offer code: ms-azr-0044phttps://account.windowsazure.com/signup?offer=ms-azr-0044p



I think, these legendary comments ALONE, are as powerful as the OP's Deal itself, I reckon?.

Thanx, as these will definitely prove themselves very useful to many. :-)

Reisclef

If you're a student, you can also take advantage of free azure for a year … If you're a student, you can also take advantage of free azure for a year with your ac.uk email address through Microsoft imagine. This should help with mine! Thanks!


Students aren't IT professionals, so can't use.

M1LFHunter

Students aren't IT professionals, so can't use.



Who says? I'm a developer and I'm also a student studying part time.
Edited by: "Reisclef" 20th Mar
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