Aaron Dunnington on Velocity

Aaron published an MSDN article on using Velocity that is very much worth checking out. Some of the highlights: Why and how to scale your applications. Deployment and configuration of Velocity. Data analysis and cache design. ASP.NET Session integration. One of the things I remember from DevConnections is how ridiculously popular it is to use this…


Velocity CTP3 Is Available!

Find all the  goodness at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/data/cc655792.aspx, including cache notifications and (of course!) even more performance improvements. For more details, check out what’s new in Velocity CTP 3. Enjoy!


Back from DevConnections

Had a great time there, met a lot of great folks, and now I’ve got a bunch of ideas for posts that people will hopefully find useful – I’ll work through the list as quickly as I can, but please bear with me while I catch up with my regular workflow. 🙂 In other news,…


Velocity at DevConnections

Next Monday I’ll be at DevConnections in Orlando, talking about Velocity (Microsoft Project Code Named “Velocity”, if you like formality). It’s going to be a bit of a challenge to sum up all that awesomeness into a single session, but I promise I’ll do my best, and I’ll be around for the rest of the…