Apps Across a World of Devices (Live Framework and Mesh Services)

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Take a deep dive into Microsoft’s latest offering for developers – the Live Framework and Mesh Services. It’s not just the Web anymore. It’s a world of connected digital devices. Learn how to use Live Services and program for any device, platform, runtime, and in any programming language. Connect the experiences you create across devices and the web, store and synchronize user data with Live Services. Make your applications come alive and engage people no matter where they are, with consistent experiences even if they’re offline.

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Ori Amiga


Ori Amiga is the Principal Group Program Manager of the Live Developer Platform team responsible for driving the developer platform efforts across the Live Platform Services (LPS) group including Microsoft’s new Live Mesh offering. He joined Microsoft in 1999 as a Program Manager in the Enterprise Server division. In 2002 he transferred to the Mobile and Embedded Devices division, and drove the development platform offering for Windows Mobile. In 2004 he continued his efforts driving the mobile platform as the Group Program Manager for the Visual Studio for Devices team in the Developer Division. Most recently, Ori was the Group Program Manager for the Visual Studio Tools Platform team, managing tactical and strategic planning and execution of the product team driving the Visual Studio 2005 release. In his spare time, Ori is an avid traveler, enjoys motoring, gaming, and tennis.

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