Clemens Vasters.

Tales from the land of cloud computing. From, well, how shall I say - up here?
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    .NET Services: MSDN Developer Center

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    The MSDN Developer Center for .NET Services is the first stop to go to for technical information on the Service Bus, the Access Control Service and the Workflow Service. There quite a bit of documentation for “my” feature area, the .NET Service Bus...
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    The Service Bus Bindings and WAS/IIS

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    [Update 2010-08-25: Wade Wegner now shows a solution on his blog ] We’ve been getting some questions along the lines of “I am hosting a service as xyz.svc in IIS and have changed the config to use on of the Service Bus bindings , but the service never...
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    Our PDC talks online

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    Our team's PDC talks are online on Channel 9: Azure Platform Overview (John & Dennis): http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/BB01/ .NET Services Architecture Overview (John & Dennis): http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/BB02/ .NET Access Control...
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    "How can I get a .NET Services access code?" Or: "I signed up but didn't get my code yet!"

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    If you want to try out Windows Azure, or .NET Services, or SQL Services, you need an access code. How do you get one? By signing up here . "Yes, I did that, but I didn't get a code, yet!" We're onboarding new accounts slowly but steadily so that...
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    .NET Services - Two things you may not have noticed yet....

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    In the sea of PDC 2008 announcements you may have missed the following two signficant developments: .NET Services for Java .NET Services for Ruby For the past 2 months our team has worked very closely with our partners at Schakra on the Java...
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