Thursday, October 20, 2016

Getting SaaSy with PaaSy Azure Meetup Recap

Last night's MKE Azure meetup at Centare was a great success!  Thanks to everyone who decided to skip (or defer) the presidental debate and join us.  And a Big thanks to Chris Wilson @ Northwoods Software for the effort into creating and presenting most of the technical aspects of iMoneza (soon to named be Wallit)!  Here are the final slides that were used for the presentation.

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