David Aiken

Management, Building Manageable Applications, Design for Operations, WMI, DSI, MMC, VSMMD and of course Windows Powershell

January, 2008

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    LINQ and WCF Syndication

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    I must admit, having survived the last 22 data access technologies, I'm really liking LINQ. The fact that I can use LINQ to query just about anything, against just about any data source is pretty cool. Lists and Arrays beware. Nested Correlated sub-queries...
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    New Year = Models, Code Discovery and Management Pack Generation

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    Some of you may have already seen the existing Management Model Designer from http://www.codeplex.com/dfo or seen the channel 9 screen casts The DFO Show - Designing a Health Model with the Visual Studio Management Model Designer or The DFO Show - Implementing...
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    How much do you love PowerShell?

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    Here is someone who possibly loves Windows PowerShell more than I do. Check out http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=MWWzrp3xkYY . THIS POSTING IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITH NO WARRANTIES, AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS SO THERE
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    Dinnernow at the LEAP Conference

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    Yesterday I presented twice a 3 hour session on DinnerNow.NET to Lead Enterprise Architects at the LEAP Conference . The session walked through our DinnerNow.Net demo (see www.dinnernow.net ) and talked some about the architecture, history and a whopping...
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    VSTSMMD requirements

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    Not long ago, I posted about the new version of the Management Model Designer . One thing I did not post was the requirements, and since I've been asked a few times now, I thought I best blog it. The designer will require VSTS2008 (yes that is Team System...
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    .NET ROCKS

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    It was my great pleasure to chat with Carl and Richard earlier this week on www.dotnetrocks.com . The show is entitled " David Aiken on Bridging the Gap between Dev and IT " and talks about working with IT Pros to build better managed applications...
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