Weren't able to join us live for the full-day webinar on Windows Azure, or just looking to re-watch some of the sessions? Well, you've come (back) to the right place!

Choose from any of the videos below to get started building applications for the cloud from Microsoft technical leaders Scott Guthrie, Dave Campbell, and Mark Russinovich!
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Keynote: Getting Started with Windows Azure [click to load video]
Speaker: Scott Guthrie
Description: Learn how to get started building applications for Windows Azure with the Windows Azure SDK & Tools from Microsoft Corporate VP Scott Guthrie.
Cloud Data & Storage [click to load video]
Speaker: Dave Campbell
Description: Join Microsoft Technical Fellow Dave Campbell and learn how to use SQL Azure and Windows Azure storage services in your cloud applications.
Channel 9 Cloud Cover Show Live [click to load video]
Speakers: Steve Marx and Wade Wegner
Description: Join Steve Marx and Wade Wegner for this special live edition to see some fresh Windows Azure demos and hear answers to common Windows Azure questions.Download Wade's "Minority Report" with Kinect demo.
Developing Windows Azure Applications with Visual Studio [click to load video]
Speaker: Jay Schmelzer
Description: In this session, Jay Schmelzer will show you how to use Visual Studio to its full potential to develop, debug, and deploy cloud applications.
Building Scalable Cloud Applications [click to load video]
Speaker: David Aiken
Description: Do you want to build applications that are highly scalable, loosely coupled, and highly available? Then tune in for this session to learn about key Windows Azure services and patterns from David Aiken.
Expert Panel Q&A featuring Scott Guthrie, Dave Campbell, and Mark Russinovich [click to load video]
Speakers: Scott Guthrie, Dave Campbell, and Mark Russinovich
Description: Questions were submitted over Twitter with the #WindowsAzure hashtag, as well as asked live via the audience. They were then answered live during the event by senior Microsoft engineering leaders.