Screencast Published - Building an Azure App Part I: Setup and Hello World

I have released the 1st screencast of a multi-part series where I will be building an Azure application from the ground up.  The application will be a shopping cart application with a Silverlight Front End.  The goal of this application is to illustrate various features of Windows Azure and in coming weeks, portions of .NET…

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Screencast published - Creating a HI-REST WCF Service that exposes Insert and Update via PUT

I just published a 27 minute screencast on Channel9 on creating a HI-REST PUT Service that exposes Insert and Update.  As you know, RESTful services expose more than just GET.  Many times, we also have to expose the capability to insert, update and delete.  There are many differing opinions on how inserts, updates and deletes…

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Creating an AJAX-Friendly WCF Service Screencast Published

I just published a 24 minute screencast on Channel9 on creating an AJAX-Friendly WCF Service.  You may be asking yourself what ‘AJAX-Friendly’ means.  To me (and to WCF), it means exposing the ability to call a WCF service from an AJAX client in just a few lines of code.  Prior to WCF 3.5, this was…

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