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Cumulux and Microsoft to Speak on Building Rich User Experience on the Cloud

User Experiences on the cloud at Cloud Computing Conference & Expo

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Cumulux and Microsoft to deliver a talk on building Rich User Experiences on the Cloud at the Cloud Computing Conference.

This session will cover how to build rich and complete User Experiences on the cloud. According to Ranjith Ramakrishnan and Bhushan Nene, building on the new features of Silverlight 3 and Windows Azure, delegates will see these concepts in action in a demo of a Customer Loyalty Management application. In this session, the Co-Founder and CTO of Cumulux and the Principal Architect in Platform Evangelism division in Microsoft, will address multitenant requirements by extending Business Logic, Data Model, and Use Interface.

The 4th International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo will be taking place November 2-4, 2009 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA.

About the Speakers
Ranjith Ramakrishnan is Co-Founder & CTO of Cumulux. He co-founded the company in 2008 with a strong belief that Cloud Computing would transform Enterprise software. Previously he held key positions at Microsoft for 10 years including driving product strategy for Windows. He was also a founder of a funded Silicon Valley SaaS startup in the B2B procurement space.

Bhushan Nene is a Principal Architect in Platform Evangelism division in Microsoft. He has written deep technical whitepapers as well as published a book and is currently involved in helping Microsoft's top Software Partners adopt Windows Azure.

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