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    Andrew Brust is now Big On Data

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    Yesterday, I posted about Visual Studio Live! and the new discount offer available from Andrew Brust .  Today, I wanted to let folks know about one of Andrew’s newest adventures.  Many folks here in the New York metro area know Andrew Brust...
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    Inside the Cloud

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    The Global Foundation Services team, the folks at Microsoft who 'run the cloud,' have just released a video tour of a few of the Microsoft data centers (including the Azure data centers in Chicago, Illinois and Dublin, Ireland). The clip is a little over...
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    Take the Rock Paper Azure Challenge!

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    I’m excited to announce the launch today of the Rock Paper Azure Challenge ! For the past couple of months, I’ve been working with Jim O’Neil and Brian Hitney on a new Windows Azure event/game called Rock, Paper, Azure. The concept is this: you code a...
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    Skipping SSL Connections Locally

    When developing locally, often times you don’t want to use SSL for a variety of reasons.  There’s no real point, since the request isn’t going over the wire.  Most of the time, connections are done via the loopback 127.0.0.1 address (although...
  • Jim O'Neil - Technology Evangelist

    Photo Mosaics Part 6: Roles

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    The last three posts of this series went into some detail on the various storage aspects of the Azure Photo Mosaics application, and now it’s time to examine the processing that is carried out by the three roles (one web and two worker roles). With...
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    Couchbase on Azure: Installing Couchbase

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    This is the fourth post of a walkthrough to set up a mixed-mode platform- and infrastructure-as-a-service application on Windows Azure using Couchbase and ASP.NET. For more context on the application, please review this introductory post. For those of...
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    Practical Azure #13: Windows Azure Queue Storage

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    Although Windows Azure Queues are part of the Windows Azure Storage trifecta (along with Blobs and Tables ), they play their primary role as a means of scaling processing in the cloud, by enabling Web Roles and Worker Roles to operate in a decoupled,...
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    Windows Azure Price Slashing!

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    Just got some great news regarding updates to the pricing structure for Windows Azure that not only makes Azure a tad more affordable and also less confusing from a billing perspective! First of all the price of an extra-small compute instance has been...
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    Photo Mosaics Part 7: Service Bus

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    Ok, it’s been a really, really long time since my last substantive Windows Azure post, but we’re back! Back where, you say? Well I’ve got one or two posts left to round out my Azure Photo Mosaics series. The six previous posts actually...
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    RockPaperAzure Hits the Big Time!

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    My colleagues and I launched the RockPaperAzure competition last spring as fun way for developers to gain some familiarity with Windows Azure – and win a few prizes to boot!  Well, “RockPaperAzure 2.0” – namely a Grand Tournament - just hit, and...
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