A Quick Reference to Azure Diagnostics

If you’ve used Azure much, you may have eventually decided to use the DiagnosticsAgent plugin, as I did. However, you may also be dissatisfied (personally I am) with the amount of detail that’s out there about how it all works, what it normally does, etc. So I’m going to take a point-in-time snapshot of diagnostics…

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How to view Azure Diagnostics Traces from WADLogsTable in your local console app

If you use Azure Diagnostics in your cloud service, and you use the DiagnosticTraceListener then all of your traces are getting output to a table somewhere called WADLogsTable. I think it’s definitely a nuisance having to use the Visual Studio’s table viewer or some other program to see those logs. So anyway, to save you…

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(News) Workflow 1.0 Beta

Dropping the stealth cloak a little, it’s time for some personal news about what I’ve been up to for the last year and a bit. And the answer is? Testing what we are calling in our docs “Workflow 1.0 Beta” (name may change) which is Microsoft’s new Workflow hosting offering that works with WF. Here’s…

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(WF4) WF4 Sessions from //build/

As I mentioned earlier this week there were two WF focused sessions at //build/ this week. Now they’re done, but the videos are available online. Of course, also this week, at //build/ the developer previews of Windows 8, .Net Framework 4.5, and Visual Studio 11 were announced. For VS and .net you can even go…

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