Episode 125: Getting started with Application Insights for Visual Studio Online | Windows Azure Clou

In this episode Nick Harris and Chris Risner are joined by Brian Keller, a Visual Studio Technical Evangelist, and Charles Sterling, a Program Manager for Visual Studio.  In this video, they talk about Application Insights.  Application Insights is a part o
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