Friday Five – July 11, 2014

1. Understanding the Windows Server Failover Cluster Quorum in Windows Server 2012 R2           By Cluster MVP Dave Bermingham 2. DirectAccess IP-HTTPS Null Encryption and SSTP VPN            By Enterprise Security MVP Richard Hicks 3. Composing API Responses for Maximum Reuse with ASP.NET Web API           By Microsoft…


Windows Azure Service Bus Connection Quotas

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Microsoft Integration MVP Damir Dobric In the era of devices and service Windows Azure Service Bus will play definitely a more important role. However the huge number of devices which can connect to the bus in a practical and hypothetical scenario might be an issue. Observing the huge…


BizTalk Integration Development Architecture: Artifact Composition

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Microsoft Integration MVP Leonid Ganeline BizTalk Integration Development Architecture: Artifact Composition This is the second in series of articles. The first article is “BizTalk Integration Development Architecture”.   Artifact composition describes several aspects of the BizTalk Integration architecture: Naming conventions Folder structure Shared Artifacts Change Management, Update Rule…


BizTalk Integration Development Architecture

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Microsoft Integration MVP Leonid Ganeline   BizTalk Integration Development Architecture   If company uses BizTalk Server extensively over the years, great number of the BizTalk applications are created and scheduled to creation. These applications might be related of each other, might be independent, but they all work…


Friday Five – May 17, 2013

1. Using Bit Fields in C# By Visual C# MVP Filip Ekberg – @fekberg 2. Top 5 Tips & Tricks for Surviving TechEd 2013 By Silverlight MVP Michael Crump – @mbcrump 3. Comments and Descriptions in DAX By SQL Server MVP Chris Webb – @technitrain 4. Method Overloading in WCF: WCF Interview Series #1 By Microsoft Integration…


Friday Five – March 15, 2013

1. Using Sencha ExtJS 4.2, Sencha Architect 2.2, Add CRUD to REST client for calling Microsoft WebAPI server By ASP.NET/IIS MVP Peter Kellner 2. Simple reverse geocoding with Windows Phone 8 and MVVMLight By Windows Phone Development MVP Joost van Schaik – @LocalJoost 3. Asynchronous Commands in Windows Store Apps By Silverlight MVP Jeremy Likness…


MVP Monday – Connected Apps Made Wicked Easy with Windows Azure Mobile Services

Editor’s note:  The following post was written by Microsoft Integration MVP Scott Seely This article assumes that you have: · A Windows Azure subscription. · Experience with C#/XAML (this lets me stick with one language/markup style in the article   for the phone and tablet). · Visual Studio 2012. You can get the code for this…