Whatsup: Simple Azure Cloud App for Sharing Status

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"Whatsup" is a sample cloud app for the Windows Azure platform--very simple, but with more realism than a "Hello Cloud". It lets you share your status and see the status of others, similar to what you see on Facebook. It is a cloud-hosted ASP.NET app that uses SQL Data Services.

http://whatsup.codeplex.com/

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