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MySpace, the largest .NET website in the world found that they could effectively scale their messaging infrastructure in their middle tier using the Concurrency and Coordination Runtime, a component originally released as part of the Microsoft Robotic Studio. Learn how the team adapted to a new programming model and used it in their Data Relay middle tier to handle tasks like caching and surfacing social networking features like streams and bulletins.
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