December, 2009

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    How to Run Ruby on Rails on Windows Azure

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    Simon Davies has put together a post on Running Ruby on Rails on Windows Azure . One of the new features in Windows Azure announced at Professional Developers Conference (PDC) enables Worker Roles to receive network traffic from  both external and internal endpoints using HTTP, HTTPS and TCP. This new feature enables many new scenarios, such as running existing applications that receive traffic over sockets in Windows Azure. This means you have the choice of several languages for building their...
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    Surface SDK Now Broadly Available

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    The Microsoft Surface team has announced the broad availability of the Microsoft Surface Software Development Kit (SDK) Workstation Edition. You can download it from Microsoft Surface SDK 1.0 SP1 Workstation Edition . The Microsoft Surface SDK 1.0 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Workstation Edition enables you to create and test Microsoft Surface touch-enabled applications on a workstation instead of on a Microsoft Surface unit. The SDK includes a simulator (called Surface Simulator) that replicates the Microsoft...
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    Join in December Webcast on Securing REST Services in Azure

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    You’re invited to join in the Architect Innovation Cafe Web seminar on Securing REST-Based Services with Access Control Service. The Webcast is on December 22, 2009 at 11 am – 12:30pm PST (2 pm – 3:30 pm ET). This webcast will provide a tour of Access Control Service (ACS) features and demonstrate scenarios where the ACS can be employed to secure REST-based WCF services and other web resources. You’ll learn how to configure ACS, learn how to request a token from the ACS, and learn how applications...
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    SQL Azure Feature Voting

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    Do you want to shape the future of SQL Azure? Are you are passionate about Windows Azure and the SQL Azure relational database? Then we invite you to vote for features that you believe should be included in it. This is your chance to shape the future of SQL Azure. Vote for YOUR features here :
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    Microsoft StreamInsight November Preview Refreshed

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    Updated version of Microsoft StreamInsight has been released as a community preview refresh. The release comes just a few weeks after the first community preview went live. You can get the release at Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 R2 November CTP StreamInsight Refresh . The improvements over our previous release include New extensibility API through user-defined aggregates and operators Declarative specification of CTIs through AdvanceTimeSettings More temporal windows in LINQ (and other LINQ improvements...
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    Everything Developers Need to Know About Azure

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    MSDEV has come up with another great set of training for Windows Azure. This set of videos quickly immerses you in the world of the Windows Azure . You’ll learn what Azure is all about, including the fundamental concepts of cloud computing and Windows Azure. You’ll learn why you should target Windows Azure, and see the tangible business benefits you can gain by deploying your apps to the cloud. You can get the videos at Everything You Need to Know About Azure as a Developer . See: Windows Azure Overview...
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