Azure: There is not enough space on the disk

Problem There may be some times where you will see this message when developing an application for Windows Azure.  The message will look like: There is not enough space on the disk. Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the…

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Updates to Windows Azure from PDC

Wow there have been a lot of updates to the Windows Azure Platform that were announced at the PDC.  I would love to hear from folks to let me know what they are most excited about.  I was most impressed with the announcement of Dallas.  I think that has the potential to change the way…

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Contest: What have you done with .NET?

Do you develop applications using .NET?  If so, head on over to this new contest at http://www.mydotnetstory.com and entry your story for a chance to win some really great prizes.  What can you win?  Well, if you are chosen by the judges, you could win a trip the the Galapagos Islands or a Smart Car…

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Impersonation, WCF, and making updates to a database

I was troubleshooting a problem with WCF where the updates to a remote database were failing.  The reason for the failure was found pretty quickly to be delegation. For general impersonation questions in regards to WCF, there is lots of great information found here. For my situation, the problem was that the ASP.NET application that…

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Debugging .NET apps for .NET 4.0

With Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0 getting ready to be shipped sometime in the next year, I wanted to see what were peoples ideas for how to debug applications that were written with them.  Are you happy in production with what you are currently doing?  Do you use SOS.dll to troubleshoot problems? SOS The…

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Discounts on Microsoft Certification Exams

In case anyone is interested in taking some Microsoft Exams, we have some discounts on them.  Here is the announcement talking about the discounts: Get up to 25 percent off select Microsoft Certification exams In this tough economy, are you looking to get ahead? Do you want to stand out? Microsoft Certification can help you…

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WCF, Silverlight, and SharePoint… Oh my!

I was recently working on a project and needed to have Silverlight make a WCF call.  That is pretty straight forward until you place the Silverlight code inside SharePoint and want it to call a WCF that is also inside SharePoint. The first problem that I had to solve was getting Silverlight to be able…

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Developing for the Clouds

I wanted to start a conversation with everyone on the thoughts around Cloud Computing.  I have been using Azure for a while now and I have found some interesting things out about it. Before I start talking about those things though, I wanted to see who was planning on using this technology or who is…

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Adventures with Silverlight 3.0 and SharePoint – Part 2

Just a quick update on this.  I had to make a few changes to my site and I now have it working! To fix the master page problem, I needed to load it from code behind.  Once I did that, I was able to have that show up.  But then I had a problem of…

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Adventures with Silverlight 3.0 and SharePoint – Part 1

I have been working on getting Silverlight 3.0 to work with SharePoint 2007 and I wanted to share with you the progress I have made and some of the challenges I have remaining. Project This project uses Silverlight 3.0, the Silverlight Toolkit for 3.0, and RIA Data Services.  So it is basically using as much…

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