March, 2011

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  • MSDN Roadshows

    Rock, Paper, Azure Deep Dive: Part 1

    If you’re not sure what Rock, Paper, Azure (RPA) is all about, check out the website or look over some of my recent posts .   In this series of posts, I want to go into some of the technical nuts and bolts regarding the project. First, you can...
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    RockPaperAzure Coding Challenge

    I’m pleased to announce that we’re finally launching our Rock, Paper, Azure Challenge ! For the past couple of months, I’ve been working with Jim O’Neil and Peter Laudati on a new Azure event/game called Rock, Paper, Azure.  The concept is this: ...
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    Creating a Quick Progress Visual like UpdateProgress

    On Thursday, we’re going to go live with our RockPaperAzure coding challenge – and it’s time to brain dump on some of the lessons learned while building out the solution – some small (like this one), some large. When developing the RPA website, I chose...
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    Storing Data in Azure: SQL, Tables, or Blobs?

    While building the back end to host our “Rock, Paper, Scissors in the cloud” game, we faced a situation of where/how to store the log files for the games that are played.   In my last post , I explained a bit about the idea; in the game, log...
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    Getting Ready to Rock (Paper and Scissors)

    We’re gearing up for something that I think will be truly exciting – but I’m getting ahead of myself.  This is likely going to be a long series of posts, so let me start from the beginning. About a year or so ago, at the Raleigh Code Camp, I stumbled...
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    Azure Auto-Scaling with Scott Reed on MSDN geekSpeak 3-9-2011

    My colleagues, Glen Gordon & Lynn Langit , co-host a bi-weekly “webcast” called MSDN geekSpeak . I say “webcast” in quotes because it’s really more of a free-form radio show than a standard Microsoft webcast.  But actually, calling it a radio...
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