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  • Blog Post: Automated Build and Deployment with Windows Azure SDK 1.6

    A few months ago I posted on how to automate deployment of Windows Azure projects using MSBuild. While the approach documented in that post continues to work, Windows Azure SDK 1.6 has introduced some new capabilities for managing Windows Azure credentials and publishing settings which I wanted to leverage...
  • Blog Post: Updates to Windows Azure MSBuild post for SDK 1.5

    Just a quick note that I’ve edited my previous post Using MSBuild to deploy to multiple Windows Azure environments based on some changes to the platform that have come with the Windows Azure SDK 1.5 and Windows Azure PowerShell cmdlets 2.0. The main changes are to the MSBuild targets added to...
  • Blog Post: Using MSBuild to deploy to multiple Windows Azure environments

    Update 6 December 2011: Windows Azure SDK 1.6 includes some significant changes to how credentials and publishing settings are managed, so I've written a new post Automated Build and Deployment with Windows Azure SDK 1.6 which shows how to leverage these in a build and deployment process. Update 26...
  • Blog Post: “Suggested Resources” Visual Studio Plug-In

    Today’s post is a quick plug for a new tool developed by my friend Olaf Conijn, who (amongst other things) has been a developer on several versions of Enterprise Library. His new tool is called Suggested Resources for .NET Developers , and the current 0.8 release works with both Visual Studio 2008 and...
  • Blog Post: StickyNotes for Visual Studio

    Pablo Galiano , one of my friends and colleagues from my patterns & practices days, has just released a very cool extension for Visual Studio 2008 called StickyNotes . As the name suggests, it allows you to attach sticky notes to your code, with a lot more richness and less intrusiveness than regular...
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