Azure DevOps, Scrum, & .NET Software Leadership and Consulting Services

Free course! Predicting the Future, Estimating, and Running Your Projects with Flow Metrics

Beantown .NET Meeting on 6/2/2011: Bill Wilder, "Architecture Patterns for Scaling"

Hi All –

Beantown .NET is going to be meeting Thursday, 6/2/2011.  This month we have Bill Wilder presenting “Architecture Patterns for Scaling (in the cloud or otherwise)”. 

As always, our meeting is open to everyone so bring your friends and co-workers – better yet, bring your boss.  Please RSVP by email ( by 3pm on the day of the meeting to help speed your way through building security and to give us an idea how much pizza to order.

Future meetings:
– (No meeting in July or August)
– September 8 – TBA
– October 6 – TBA


When: Thursday, 6/2/2011, 6p – 8p
Microsoft NERD
1 Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA


Parking: Paid parking is available in 1 Memorial Drive.

Architecture Patterns for Scaling (in the cloud or otherwise)

Building applications that are “cloud-native” means cloud reliability and cloud scale. What are some of the key ideas and patterns for building cloud-native applications? This talk will cover scalability concepts and see how they can be applied to computation and data scaling. While the concepts are general – and apply even to non-cloud systems – examples in this talk will emphasize the Windows Azure cloud platform from Microsoft.

Bill Wilder has been a software professional for over 20 years. In 2009 he founded the Boston Azure User Group, an in-person cloud community which gets together monthly to learn about the Windows Azure platform through prepared talks and hands-on coding. Bill is a Windows Azure MVP, an active speaker, blogger (, and tweeter (@codingoutloud) on technology matters and soft skills for technologists, a member of Boston West Toastmasters, and has a day job as a .NET-focused enterprise architect.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.