Part one of a two part series on building your business on Azure. Microsoft Partners, Have You Pondered the Business Opportunity behind Azure?
We’ve all heard about the industry shift to the Cloud, but are you jumpstarting your Windows Azure business to be a part of it?
Chris Rolon, an…
In this episode I talk to Danny Riddell and Luigi Rosso, CEO and CTO of
Archetype. Archetype is a rich internet application (RIA) development and design shop. They provide both products and development/design services using Silverlight and Flash with .NET and SQL Server back-ends.
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In this geekSpeak, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Andy Leonard discusses best practices for using Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) in the enterprise. Andy explains what SSIS does well and doesn't do well and describes common
struggles when learning SSIS (expressions,…
In this episode of Azure Lessons Learned I chat with Phil Calvin, CTO of
Sitemasher. Sitemasher is a web site platform for service providers. They have an interactive environment for web designers, user experience designers, and web content owners to build on. Their target is more user…
This week on MSDN Radio Mike Benkovich interviews Pablo Castro, one of the Principal Architects with the OData team. If you've been feeling RESTless and want to know how we got here tune in.MSDN Radio is a weekly Developer talk-show that helps answer your questions about the latest Microsoft news,…
Douglas Crockford joins language designer Erik Meijer and jQuery creator
What could you create for the web with only 10 kilobytes of code? Participants of the 2nd
MIX 10k Challenge created entries using Silverlight,
Gestalt and HTML5. MIX 10k Judge,
Sean Gerety, braves a post MIX10 attendee party hangover and takes over the Channel 9 interviewer seat to talk to…
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In this episode:
Learn about the AppFabric Service Bus and how to use it to help debug your services
Find some cool samples and kits for Windows Azure in the…
I recently ported my own site and blog from a combination of community server and custom code to the Umbraco open source CMS and Blog4Umbraco 4. There are several other
sites at Microsoft that are following a similar path.
At MIX10, I caught up with a bunch of dudes related to
David Gristwood interviews Moe Khosravy about codename "Dallas, a key part of the Azure platform, and finds out more about just what it is, why developers should be interested, and sees some interesting Dallas demos.