Chad's blog

Microsoft and Perspectives on Healthcare technologies

May, 2008

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    How good is WCF, really?

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    Some of you may have already seen this article , but I just came across it yesterday. Even though WCF has been out for a few years now, many are just now approaching it with real interest. Whether you are cautious, your organization just approved .Net...
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    Sysinternals File Share Live!

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    Have you ever used any of the Sysinternals programs? Programs like: ProcessExplorer - The UBER process examination tool. It will tell you everything there is to know about every process running on your computer (dependencies, etc...). Trust me,...
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    More Information on the Virtualization of Microsoft Websites

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    If you read my post from the other day, you will now know that MSDN and Technet are running completely virtualized. We are talking over 4 million hits per day with 5-6% CPU utilization! You can find the details of how this works here . A very interesting...
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    Alabama Tech Events

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    A new blog has started to notify anyone of interesting events that are being held in Alabama. Of course the events dont have to be in Alabama, just near enough to be interesting! http://altechevents.wordpress.com/
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    MSDN and Technet are Virtualized!

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    On Tuesday, at the Ft. Lauderdale launch event, I was asked about how well MOSS would do under virtualization. My comment was this, just about as well as any other server would do on the Microsoft platform. Probably pretty well, since its just ASP.Net...
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    From Worst to First (A perspective on Cloud Computing @ MSFT)

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    A recent survey found that Microsoft ranked first in Web 2.0 for Developers. Specifically it focused on things like Web Services, API's, ease of use, and how much money one can make. Unfortunately last year we ranked last, but with all the new items coming...
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    Biztalk R3 Announced

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    For those of you who were wondering about support for SQL 2008, Windows Server 2008, Visual Studio 2008, and .Net Framework 3.5 with Biztalk server, Steve Martin just blogged about the upcoming release of "R3" which is a refresh of the Biztalk bits. ...
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