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Windows Azure Web Sites: Building Web Apps at a Rapid Pace Paperback – November 21, 2013
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soooo very very disappoint and likely would stay away from this author.
On principle I want my money back
Tejaswi got ahead of the curve and includes things that have just recently been released. The samples are relevant and practical as is the device given in the book.
I would recommend this as a great buy.
I originally purchased hard-copy as I like to mark them up and then de-construct the pages into smaller chunks for detailed reading and experimentation.
So on the third pass through I went ahead and purchased the Kindle version for safe keeping <g>
When the book came out it covered pretty much all capabilities being offered at that time. There have been some advances in the system since the book came out and I hope that in time we will see an update with the additional product changes and maybe even some details on working with the Azure Pack version of WebSites.
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I read 4 books on Azure and this was by far the best, most informative, easiest to follow, up-to-date. I am going to go back and follow along as I do the installations. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Pam
A word of caution on the Kindle edition: the figures are small, fuzzy, and almost unreadable.Published 18 months ago by Geb Blum
GIves you a quick primer, and then the details on getting up and running so you can take advantage of a great feature in Azure.Published on January 24, 2014 by Shawn C.
This covers almost everything. It's written from an insider at Microsoft. Must have WAWS book. It's up to date and easy to follow.Published on January 20, 2014 by R. Anderson