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  • Blog Post: Application Partitioning with MEF, Silverlight and Windows Azure – Part II

    Welcome back to the partitioned blog post about application partitioning with Silverlight MEF and Windows Azure. In this second and last post I will talk about how you can retrieve the information about the deployed parts of the application and retrieve the actual XAP files from the Azure Blob Storage...
  • Blog Post: Application Partitioning with MEF, Silverlight and Windows Azure – Part I

    The Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) supports you in creating loosely coupled and partitioned applications. To embrace those paradigms makes sense for many reasons. Some of the various benefits are: Share work across multiple developers or development team and have a well defined boundaries for...
  • Blog Post: Tales About Working With The Azure Service Management API – Chapter III

    After my last post I was a little bit dissatisfied with the fact that if you use the scripts frequently the blob storage container will fill up quite a bit. As already outlined this will affect the monthly charges billed to your account especially when you are deploying in a high frequency and have to...
  • Blog Post: Tales About Working With The Azure Service Management API – Chapter II

    After I elaborated a bit on one of the base requirements to work with the Azure Service Management API at all which is enabling a valid certificate to authenticate your calls to the API I want today share some thoughts about how to automate tasks related with Azure deployments. As already pointed out...
  • Blog Post: Tales About Working With The Azure Service Management API – Chapter I

    For enterprises, power users and people who simply don’t like the Azure administration portal but do use Windows Azure as an deployment option for their applications or services it may be desirable to integrate deployment and administration tasks into automatic processes and/or customized tools. To support...
  • Blog Post: Radio GaGa New Version And Live On Windows Azure

    I took some more time to enhance Radio GaGa, the sample application from my last post . It now supports search, has a home button, artist paging functionality and an updated layout and was updated to work with the final Silverlight 3 runtime. And as I was evaluating the current Windows Azure SDK I thought...
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