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  • Blog Post: If you're interested in solving "Insufficient Resources" problems with MSMQ ...

    then you definitely want to read these blog posts by Mark Russinovich: Pushing the Limits of Windows: Physical Memory Pushing the Limits of Windows: Virtual Memory Pushing the Limits of Windows: Paged and Nonpaged Pool Pushing the Limits of Windows: Processes and Threads Pushing the...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Europe 2009 - Berlin here we come!

    Only a few days to go before I'll be helping out on the "Ask The Experts" booths in Berlin. If you are at the event then please pop by and say "hello" - you don't even need to have a question. :-) During my free time I’ll be catching up on the BizTalk (plus WCF and Azure) sessions or trying out...
  • Blog Post: Get ready for Tech Ed 2008 in Barcelona

    The Super Early Bird offer ends July 31st so don't leave it too late. Hopefully I'll be able to help out in the Ask The Experts booth like I did last year. If so, please drop by and say hello - I'll even try and answer your question too!
  • Blog Post: MSMQ at TechEd Developers

    If you're in Barcelona this week and want to chat about MSMQ then come along to the "Ask The Experts" area on Tuesday/Wednesday mornings and Thursday afternoon. I'll be sitting at the "Microsoft Vista" pod with an "I'm an expert in Vista" badge (no, don't ask why...). Also make sure you try out the...
  • Blog Post: Come See Us at TechEd Developers!

    "In just a few weeks, we’re going to be at TechEd Developers in Barcelona and we want to see you there! Everyone’s favorite plumber’s mate and world-renowned MSMQ expert, John Breakwell, and I will be representing MSMQ and WCF Queuing Nov. 5-9th at TechEd Developers. If you’re an MSMQ and/or WCF customer...
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