Kirk Evans is a Microsoft Architect for the Azure Center of Excellence.
Introduction to SharePoint and Azure IaaS
Building SharePoint Apps with Windows Azure Platform as a Service
SharePoint Solutions and Architectures on Windows Azure Infrastructure Services
Understanding Authentication and Permissions with Apps for SharePoint and Office
I like to write in my blog, but I hardly read other blogs anymore. In fact, I don't have an aggregator installed, and my History for Internet Explorer shows mainly MSDN and MSN searches. There are a few random website entries, likely from clicking on links in emails (TheServerSide.NET's interview with Peter Provost being a recent entry).
I decided to blow off work tonight and do some random blog surfing. Started on blogs.msdn.com... didn't see anything that caught my eye. Went to weblogs.asp.net... nada. A couple slightly interesting things on geekswithblogs.com, but nothing jumping out. Then I went to pluralsight's blogs. An hour later, I have a list of things I want to try out with WCF and ASMX and incorporate into my presentations with customers.
Probably the three most commonly asked questions for ex-WSE developers are addressed in this list:
You can find the answers below:
The base address question is only partially answered (although adequately if you have spent time trying to decipher it on your own). Christian has a post on the confusion over baseAddress as well.
Some other not-to-be-missed reads on Indigo and WCF are kennyw's blog and Steve Maine's blog. Makes me think I ought to install the VB.NET My.Blogs thing just to have an aggregator again.
Make sure to read Steve's post where he actually uses the past-tense of "taking a dump" properly. Thought that was a Southern term...