• Ken Kilty's Blog

    How I do IT @ Home

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    One of the stranger phenomena I have observed working in the tech, is the faith folks gives people who work “in” the industry related to all things technology. If Scott works as a developer or Sally works as an administrator then both Scott...
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    Hyper-V for Developers Part 1

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    [6/21/2013] Updates to additional useful resources listed at the bottom. The goal of this blog series is to share how I use the Windows 8 Client Hyper-V feature to model application infrastructure. I will share my techniques and tips to get the developer...
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    Hyper-V for Developers Part 2

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    In Part 1 of this series we detailed a number of infrastructure tasks for getting your Client Hyper-V environments up and running quickly on a Windows 8 developer workstation.  With this post we will focus inward into our datacenter simulation and...
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    ASP.NET Session State using SQL Server In-Memory

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    Since the earliest days of “classic” ASP through present day ASP.NET 4.5 Web Forms many developers have leveraged a feature called ASP.NET Session State as a means to persist short lived per user data.  This feature allows the developer to store...
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    Introduction

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    I am a Developer Premier Field Engineer who has been with Microsoft since December, 2000.  Before I came to Microsoft I worked as a developer at Lucent Technologies in the manufacturing space.  My expertise is primarily in the developer space...
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    SQL Server 2012 SP1 CU2 SysPrep “Gotcha”

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    Cumulative Update 2 (CU2) for SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 quietly introduced enhancements to the SQL SysPrep feature contained within SQL Server 2012.  Prior to this update the ability to SysPrep SQL Server 2012 was limited to the database engine...
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    Hyper-V for Developers Part 3

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    In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series we explored an approach to getting your Client Hyper-V environments up and running quickly on a Windows 8 developer workstation.  We also reviewed basic networking fundamentals to create virtual datacenters by...
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    Accessing MSMQ Subqueues Programmatically

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    Microsoft Message Queue ( MSMQ ) is a often overlooked feature of Windows that provides a powerful infrastructure for created loosely couple distributed applications on the Microsoft platform. Microsoft has traditionally versioned MSMQ alongside the major...
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