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    Migrating Your Data Into the SQL Azure Database

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    Last week a new set of tools was released to support copying of the data to the SQL Azure databases. SSMA (SQL Server Migration Assistant) was updated to support Microsoft Access and MySQL Databases. To download the tools, visit the following sites: SSMA...
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    Microsoft Dynamics Powered By Windows Azure

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    Yesterday some more news were released around the implementation of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV “7” that will run on Windows Azure platform! Here is a short excerpt from the Convergence blog post : “ At Convergence 2011, we announced that we would deliver...
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    Windows Azure AppFabric Access Control Service Update

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    Well (in short ) AppFabric ACS just added a bunch of new features that are available one the AppFabric Labs portal , where you can check out the CTP. To understand properly what ACS is all about, you should read about Claims-Based access control. New...
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    Windows Azure Infrastructure Services, Virtual Machines and Virtual Network, now are generally available!

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    Today is a major milestone for Windows Azure and all of Microsoft customers and partners. It was announced that Windows Azure Virtual Machines and Windows Azure Virtual Network now are generally available. These new services make it possible for you to...
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    Quest Software’s Toad Extensions for Visual Studio 2010

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    Quest Software has released Toad Extensions for Visual Studio 2010 with the following functionality: “Toad Extension for Visual Studio gives Oracle developers and DBAs the full benefits of Visual Studio 2010 Data Tools with their Oracle databases . Visual...
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    That Time of the Year is coming again …

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    Well I am not talking about Easter ;), I am thinking about our developer related tour that we do each year in the CEE (Central & Eastern Europe). This year we start with Bulgaria , at their own event Microsoft Developer Days (KUDOS to the guys organizing...
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    Interesting reading: SOA with .NET & Windows Azure

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    I recently came across the information about the following book availability: Real-World SOA with Microsoft .NET and Windows Azure and according to the people reviews and feedback it is really great. A sneak peek into the content gives you this (filtered...
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    Application Architecture Guide Cheat Sheets

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    I was just revisiting Application Architecture Guide on CodePlex and found Technology Cheat Sheets (look under Appendix) excellent reference when deciding about which technology to use in a certain part of your application. So go check the details about...
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    Another European city reveals Microsoft technology: Dublin

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    Microsoft really focuses on Europe with it's technology :) since a lot of codenames are named after European cities. "Dublin" is the next city in line and it reveals technology for hosting and managing workflows and services. The basis for "Dublin"...
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    Solid state disk rocks!

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    I am just in the middle of the preparation for the events I will be having in the next weeks and months and I am totally amazed by my new machine. I opted for a DELL Latitude E6500 with a Solid State Disk and I am just amazed… Opening times for Visual...
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    Developer Days Preparations

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    Déjà Vu! The last couple of nights I am coding, debugging, searching for solutions and lots of other things due to the preparation for Developer Days in CEE. We are running events in a couple of countries and as usually we want to show all the goods to...
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    Visual Studio TFS Branching Guide 2010

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    Source Code Control (SCC) is a necessity for almost any advanced software development project (meaning that there are more than 3 developers working on it) and it brings many, many benefits (old news, right). But in order to properly support your project...
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    “Orleans” and Cloud Computing Futures (CCF) Group

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    Recently there are some blogs mentioning Orleans as the new platform for the Microsoft cloud and additional similar things. As a result I checked a bit on what the project is all about and as it was published this is a MSR (Microsoft Research Project...
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    Database Sharding in the Cloud: SQL Azure Federations

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    I just had some time on my hands to try out the new Windows Azure feature called SQL Azure Federations. While it is not fully obvious from the name, SQL Azure Federation basically enables building elastic and scalable database tiers. Your application...
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    SQL Azure Test Security Service Preview Available

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    An interesting feature has been released to the SQL Azure Labs website, called SQL Azure Test Security Service. What it enables is you to assess the security state of one or all of the databases on your SQL Azure server. The service scans databases for...
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