The Rough Setup Script for PDC09 SVC18 – Getting DinnerNow! to run on Windows Azure

At the bottom of this post you’ll find the DinnerNow version that I’ve been using for my PDC09 talk. The video of that talk is now available at http://microsoftpdc.com/Sessions/SVC18 and I recommend that you listen to the talk for context. The DinnerNow drop I’m sharing here is a customized version of the DinnerNow 3.1 version…

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Port Bridge

Building “hybrid” cloud applications where parts of an an app lives up in a cloud infrastructure and other parts of the infrastructure live at a hosting site, or a data center, or even in your house ought to be simple – especially in this day and age of Web services. You create a Web service,…

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SocketShifter – Network virtualization over the .NET Service Bus

Anyone using the .NET Service Bus should take a good look at the SocketShifter project started by Rob Blackwell and Richard Prodger from AWS in the UK. AWS stands for Active Web Solutions, not for the “other” AWS. The full project is up on Codeplex. What makes SocketShifter significant is that it takes the network…

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The .NET Service Bus REST protocol for Queues – Some comments, some answers

Stefan Tilkov has several interesting remarks regarding our .NET Service Bus REST Queue Protocol that are worth addressing.       Putting a password in the URI to get an identity token seems to expose information unnecessarily That’s an area where we know that we’re going to change the protocol. We’ve already labeled that protocol as temporary…

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.NET Services March 2009 CTP: Host a Public Website At The Kitchen Table or from a Coffee Shop! No Kidding.

.NET Service Bus Reverse Web Proxy: Click here to download the source Using the application/service built from the sample linked at the top of this post you can host a publicly discoverable and accessible website or Web service from your Windows notebook or desktop machine from within most network environments without having to open up…

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XML-RPC with WCF (Updated)

XML-RPC for WCF Download here I had updated my WCF XML-RPC stack for PDC’08 but never got around to post it (either too busy or too lazy when not busy). The updated source code is attached to this post. Contrary to the code that I’ve posted a while back, the new XML-RPC implementation is no…

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