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We do a lot of compiler work in RavenDB. Indexes are one such core example, where we take the C# language and beat both it and our heads against the wall until it agrees to do what we want it to. A lot of that is happening using the excellent NRefactory library as well as the not so excellent CodeDOM API. Basically, we take a source string, convert it into something that can run, then compile it on the fly and execute it. I decided to check the implications of using this using a very trivial...

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Software Git Diff Margin 2013 extension – & laurentkempe/GitDiffMargin – Laurent Kempe Information Prepare web.config for HTML5 and CSS3 – Mads Kristensen ZeroMQ #5 : Sending From Multiple Sockets – Sacha Barber Notification Patterns in Rx, Part I: Introduction, Notification Patterns in Rx, Part II: Creating a Stream, Notification Patterns in Rx, Part III: Lossless […]

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This article describes anonymous authentication of SharePoint 2013 that allows users to access SharePoint content without credentials.

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In this article I will cover some definitions and will talk about Authentication methods in SharePoint (Claims-based authentication and Classic mode authentication).

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Chapter 6 isn’t something that I actually planned to write. I thought that I would be writing a high level guide into how to use and utilize RavenDB indexes. What came out was a detailed discussion on the actual RavenDB indexing process, including a deep look into the kind of environment that we have to deal with, the type of design decisions that we had to make and the balancing act between competing demands. I don’t know if anyone would be interested in actually reading it, since it is quite...

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This article describes D3 for Data-Driven Documents.

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8/30/2014
Introduction to Github for novice users.

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I mentioned that we are looking for more people to work for us. This time, we are looking for WPF people for working on the profiler, as well another hush hush project that we’ll hopefully be able to reveal in December. Because we are now looking for mostly UI people, that gives us a different set of challenges to deal with. How do I get a good candidate when my own WPF knowledge is limited to “Um.. dependency properties, man, that the bomb, man, yeah!”. Add that to the fact that by the time...

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Information Using WCF in .NET Native – Immo Landwerth shares a post from Ron Cain, a developer on the WCF team which takes a look at getting WCF running on the .NET Native Compiler ASP.NET vNext – August 2014 Status Rollup – Scott Hanselman gives an overview and update on the ASP.NET vNext project, including […]

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Well, I just committed the last feature for RavenDB 3.0, and all the tests are passing. What we are doing now is just working through the studio and running verification tests. Tomorrow or Sunday we are going to go live on our own systems with RavenDB 3.0. And shortly after that we’ll do an release candidate, followed by the actual release.

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Software Announcing the Release Candidates for Web API OData 5.3 – Andrew Zhou announces the release candidate release of WebAPI OData 5.3, available now from the NuGet gallery as pre-release packages, bringing OData v4 features to WebAPI. Visual Studio Online – Stakeholder License – S.Somasegar announces a new licensing scenario for Visual Studio Online for […]

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We are still in a hiring mode. And today we have completed a new question for the candidates. The task itself is pretty simple, create a form for logging in or creating a new user. Seems simple enough, I think. But there is a small catch. We’ll provide you the “backend” for this task, which you have to work with. The interface looks like this: public interface IUserService { void CreateNewUser(User u); User GetUser(string userId); } public class User { public string Name...

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Information How to run Background Tasks in ASP.NET – Scott Hanselman takes a look at the various approaches and libraries for running tasks in the background of your ASP.NET Web Applications. ZeroMq #3 : Socket Options/Identity And SendMore – Sacha Barber continues his series looking at the ZeroMq library and NetMq its .NET interface. In […]

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Go and listen to this podcast: Scott chats with Michael Yarichuk about RavenDB. Michael works with Ayende and the RavenDB team on their document database. Scott is trying to learn about document databases and Michael helps him along the path, exploring those computer science concepts that make document databases unique.

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Software Exception.StackTraceEx – better exception stacktrace for async code – Lucian Wischik announces the release of an improved and packaged portable class library version of Exception.StackTraceEx, a means of getting better stack traces in async based code Prism for WPF License Announcement – Blaine Wastell highlights a change of license for the Prism project and […]

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On Friday, Microsoft came up with Azure DocumentDB. You might say that I have a small interest in such things, so I headed over there to see what I can learn about this project. Aside from being somewhat annoyed with the name, this seems to be a very different animal from RavenDB, and something that was built to serve a different niche. One of the things that we put first with RavenDB is ease of use, development and deployment for business applications. The ADB design appears to be built...

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Links only today as I’m a bit pressed for time. This weekend is also a bank holiday here in the UK, so there will be no edition of The Morning Brew on Monday – I plan be making use of the time out on my bike (if the weather approves), or having a lie-in (if […]

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Today we released a major set of updates to Microsoft Azure. Today’s updates include: DocumentDB: Preview of a New NoSQL Document Service for Azure Search: Preview of a New Search-as-a-Service offering for Azure Virtual Machines: Portal support for SQL Server AlwaysOn + community-driven VMs Web Sites: Support for Web Jobs and Web Site processes in the Preview Portal Azure Insights: General Availability of Microsoft Azure Monitoring Services Management Library API Management: Support for...

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You can get it here! This has a lot of bug fixes, fitting into the .NET 4.x eco system and in general good stuff. Probably my favorite one is the SQL Server 2012 paging, which is so much easier to understand. Happy hibernating…

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Software Announcing RTM of Katana 3 – Vittorio Bertocci announces the RTM release of Katana 3, the Microsoft implementation of the OWIN standard. This release adds in features taking advantage of the .NET 4.5 async / await functionality as well as additional middleware implementations for identity and authentication. Announcing the release of Visual F# Tools […]

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It is a good day, so I decided to share some joy. For today only, we offer 21% discount for all our products. You can get that using coupon code: bzeiglglay This applies to RavenDB (Standard, Enterprise and ISV), RavenDB Professional & Production Support and NHibernate Profiler and Entity Framework Profiler This offer will be valid for 24 hours only.

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In my interview questions, I give candidates a list of 6 questions. They can either solve 3 questions from 1 to 5, or they can solve question 6. Stop for a moment and ponder that. What do you assume that relative complexity of those questions?             Questions 1 –5 should take anything between 10 – 15  minutes to an hour & a half, max. Question 6 took me about 8 hours to do, although that included some blogging time about it. Question 6 require that you’ll create an index for a 15 TB CSV...

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Software 2.0.1 point release – Caliburn.Micro – The Caliburn.Micro team announce a minor update to V2.0 addressing bugs fixes reported in V2.0.0. Azure Resource Manager Tools (Preview) for Visual Studio – Advanced Template Editing – Matt Sampson highlights the Azure Resource Manager Tools (Preview) for Visual Studio, released last week, and walks through its use […]

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Software Visual Studio "14" CTP 3 Released – John Montgomery announces the third CTP release of the Visual Studio ’14′ release. This release contains updates to the ASP.NET vNext, .NET Native, C++ enhancements, PerfTips, custom layouts, high DPI icons, and much more. Try out the new releases: .NET Framework vNext, ASP.NET vNext, .NET Native and […]

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Lots of posts to read through this morning and limited time means today is a links only day. Information In Defense of Test Setup Methods – Erik Dietrich Leading a Culture of Effective Testing – Wes McClure The broken Promise of the Mobile Web – Rick Strahl How To Manage Asynchronous Tasks Using the Task […]

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This past month we’ve released a number of great enhancements to Microsoft Azure.  These include: Virtual Machines: Preview Portal Support as well as SharePoint Farm Creation Machine Learning: Public preview of the new Azure Machine Learning service Event Hub: Public preview of new Azure Event Ingestion Service Mobile Services: General Availability of .NET support, SignalR support Notification Hubs: Price Reductions and New Features SQL Database: New Geo-Restore, Geo-Replication and...

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Last week MS Press published a free ebook based on the Building Real-World Apps using Azure talks I gave at the NDC and TechEd conferences.  The talks + book walks through a patterns-based approach to building real world cloud solutions, and help make it easier to understand how to be successful with cloud development. Videos of the Talks You can watch a video recording of the talks I gave here:  Part 1: Building Real World Cloud Apps with Azure  Part 2: Building Real World Cloud Apps with...

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In line with the Cloud First strategy, the Microsoft Azure team is aggressively working towards creating a Connected Systems and Devices platform using the Azure Service Bus, called the Microsoft Azure Intelligent Systems Service.

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This morning we released a massive amount of enhancements to Microsoft Azure.  Today’s new capabilities and announcements include: Virtual Machines: Integrated Security Extensions including Built-in Anti-Virus Support and Support for Capturing VM images in the portal Networking: ExpressRoute General Availability, Multiple Site-to-Site VPNs, VNET-to-VNET Secure Connectivity, Reserved IPs, Internal Load Balancing Storage: General Availability of Import/Export service and preview of new SMB file...

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Earlier this month at the Build conference, we announced a number of great new improvements coming to SQL Databases on Azure including: an improved 99.95% SLA, support for databases up to 500GB in size, self-service restore capability, and new Active Geo Replication support.  This 3 minute video shows a segment of my keynote where I walked through the new capabilities: Last week we made these new capabilities available in preview form, and also introduced new SQL Database service tiers that...

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It has been a really busy last 10 days for the Azure team. This blog post quickly recaps a few of the significant enhancements we’ve made.  These include: Web Sites: SSL included, Traffic Manager, Java Support, Basic Tier Virtual Machines: Support for Chef and Puppet extensions, Basic Pricing tier for Compute Instances Virtual Network: General Availability of DynamicRouting VPN Gateways and Point-to-Site VPN Mobile Services: Preview of Visual Studio support for .NET, Azure Active Directory...

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March 2014Rachel Appel looks at how the Hub project template in Visual Studio works with the Hub control to help you code HTML and XAML Windows Store apps that showcase large amounts of data in an aesthetically pleasing, functional and modern layout.

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