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March, 2013

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    Pie in the Sky (March 15, 2013)

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    It's spring and everything is blooming where I live. Which means it's also allergy season; I've been sneezing all morning. Hopefully you're not allergic to some weekend reading, as we've got some good links today: Node.js Node v0.10.0 released...
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    Pie in the Sky (March 22, 2013)

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    So that sneezing I mentioned last Friday? Turns out that wasn't allergies! I'm mostly recovered at this point though, so this weekend should be more enjoyable. Here's some links for your weekend reading: Node Node v0.10.1 is out : Another...
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    Pie in the Sky (March 29, 2013)

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    Happy Friday! Almost the end of March - was it just me or did this month fly past? Hopefully the weekend doesn't fly past! Here's some links for your weekend reading: Node.js Node v0.10.2 : Another week, another Node.js release. How to...
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    Pie in the Sky (March 1, 2012)

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    This week has been crazy busy. I'm really surprised I had time to find this many links. Hope everyone has a great weekend! Cloud New Add-ons in the Windows Azure Store : Blitline, Cloudinary, PubNub, and VS Anywhere are now available in the store...
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    These ARE the Androids you've been looking for!

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    On Monday Scott Guthrie announced Windows Azure Mobile Services support for the Android platform. You now have a choice of 4 client platforms that can use Mobile Services to make use of Windows Azure as a cloud data store: Windows Store Windows...
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    Pie in the Sky (March 8, 2013)

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    It's almost the weekend, so here's some links for your Friday reading: Cloud Windows Azure Mobile Services adds Android support and extends availability to East Asia : There’s a new Mobile Services SDK for Android developers, and the service...
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    Ruby on Rails: ActiveRecord with SQL Database

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    Just a quick note that I've udpated a previous blog post ( http://blogs.msdn.com/b/silverlining/archive/2011/09/14/using-active-record-with-sql-azure.aspx ) on connecting to SQL Database from ActiveRecord. It should be current as of 3/12/2013 using Rails...
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