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  • Cloud Cover Episode 17 - Using Queues

    Thanks for the great show! But whats up with the throughput on these queues?? Isn't it about 500 msg/min or something?

  • Cloud Cover Episode 12 - Hosting WCF and Inter-Role ​Communicati​on

    Hi. Just wanted to thank you for another great episode. This really helped me understand better how to work with WCF inside Azure. You guys rock!!! Smiley

  • Cloud Cover Episode 11 - Drives and IIS Hostable Worker Core

    Thanks again. I think my problem is the load-balancing thing described in the Known Issues, as you mention. Smiley

  • Cloud Cover Episode 11 - Drives and IIS Hostable Worker Core

    Thanks Ryan. I already checked out the first url you mention. So I think my problem is related to the WCF-service that I try to consume from within my azure web role. There's a whole lot of auto web.config stuff going on that probably don't work for live production, but only in the test-environment or something. Maybe you could make a quick demo of setting up a simple hello world wcf-service inside a web role? And again, thanks! You and smarx are a great team and I can't wait for the next show Wink

  • Cloud Cover Episode 11 - Drives and IIS Hostable Worker Core

    Thanks for the great show - I love it that you keep releasing shows at a quick pace and also throw in a bit of humour into the mix Smiley

    But seriously, I'm a .NET expert - I actually programmed it even before it was released, and read like C# books before it came out. But alas I'm an Azure noob and I can't even get a simple web role to work - I have VS2010 RTM and Azure tools 1.1 and when I try to upload my package to staging it's stuck in "Initializing - Stopping - Stopped" and there's of course no diagnostics to find anywhere even though I'm pretty sure i set up the Diagnostics connection string correctly. I'm sure I have a web.config or other config error somewhere.

     Please, make a walkthrough of making azure services - this is unfortunately not as easy as it should be.