Brian H. Prince sits down with
at the MVP summit to talk about how he built
GeoTwitter.org. We talk about how he designed his system to leverage multiple mapping engines and discuss what GeoRSS is, and why you might use it.
Source is on codeplex.
It is difficult to strike a balance between the optimal architecture and over architecting a solution.
Joe Shirey sits down with
, the creator of the CSLA.NET framework, to discuss how he balances what should and should not be in his framework.
SOASTA based in California, the company offers both internally installed and cloud-based testing applications. SOASTA developed a cloud-based testing application that it now deploys on the Windows Azure platform. Their CloudTest Service Helps Performance-Testing
Firm Simulate Real-World…
With the increase in regulations and high energy prices, green and environmental initiatives in the IT world have evolved from hype buzzword to strategic metrics for organizations this year. This panel discusses environmentally sustainable changes in the
IT industry as well as best practices for…
While it's income season for most of us here in the States, for
CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business, serving up sales tax information is a full-time job. In this episode of ARCast,
Denny Boynton sits down with Jones Pavan and Gurleen Randhawa at the 2009 Professional Developers Conference to discuss…
Daniele Calabrese, founder and CEO of Soundtracker, a Microsoft BizSpark One company, discusses with Zhiming Xue the enabling technologies behind their geosocial music service Soundtracker. The free global geosocial internet radio service, which currently supports smartphone and web users with 12…
Want to know more about
Microsoft Windows Azure and the Azure Services platform and how it relates to Microsoft’s “Software + Services” strategy and other cloud computing services such as Amazon EC2? Check out
Dr. Zhiming Xue’s
Vishwas Lele, CTO of Applied Information…