Infosys Technologies Limited has created a data integration hub which is built on top of Azure platform. Principal Architect of Infosys, Jitendra Pal Thethi, demonstrates how the hosting platform
of Windows Azure can provide a solution for closer collaboration with your company’s customers and…
This was the first time I had ever met
Scott Guthrie in person.
Like many devs working with MS dev tools, I was quite familiar with the guy - just about everything he says is useful. I used to code by his posts, articles, and interviews.
Meeting him was weird.
For one thing, he's way…
With Windows Web Services, you can create applications that communicate easily with a local computer or a remote Web service. Windows Web Services is a native-code implementation of SOAP and provides core network communication by supporting a broad set of
the Web services (WS) family of…
Most of you know all about SOAP but perhaps you have been hearing a lot more about REST web services lately. Wondering what this is all about? Well check out this episode where Bob Familiar and I discuss the two.
If you haven't heard about it, DinnerNow is a demo app that shows off... well, just about everything.
WPF, WCF, Powershell, and more.
If you like what you see here, head out to the DinnerNow site for links to the application and the source.
Fun group of people. Jason Olson was there, too -…
I built my own MIX'07 video player last night and recorded a 15 minute screencast to give you an idea of what's possible with all the new releases that came out last week.
See the blog post at
See how to take an existing ASP.NET application (a T-shirt store) and add AJAX functionality. The T-shirts themselves have painfully bad puns on them (the kind I love), all written by yours truly.
See http://smarx.com/posts/bad-ajax-jokes-good-ajax-sample.aspx for the running sample and to…
This ARCast features Michael Manos
who leads all the datacenters for Microsoft globally. Michael is leading Microsoft’s transformation into massive scale datacenter environments for Web 2.0 and online services. Michael is interviewed by
The latest rage in Web site development is to "remix" or "mashup" services from a variety of different companies. Amazon's Jeff Barr invited us over to see how developers are using Amazon's Web Services in a variety of ways. To make it even better, yesterday
they announced a…