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Replication is kinda important to RavenDB. It is the building block for high availability and transparent failover, it is how we do scale out in many cases. I think that you won’t be surprised to hear that we have done a lot of work around that area as well. Some of that was internal, just optimizing how we are doing things. One such case was optimizing the addition of a new node to a cluster. Previously, that would mean that are carefully laid out plans for how to allocate memory for...

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RavenDB is an ACID database for documents, and it is a BASE database for queries. That design principle has serve us very well since the start, because it allow us to modify the way we are handling things internally without violating the promises we give to the user.  In particular, the ability to hand out potentially stale information has been crucial for a lot of performance optimizations in RavenDB. That said, while is has been a core feature of RavenDB from the start, I haven’t found a...

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Software WinJS 3.0 is Here: Cross-browser| Cross-platform – Dr. Doris Chen highlights the first open source release of WinJS Windows now offers Developer lifetime developer accounts and benefits – Lee Stott highlights a change in the charging model for Windows Dev Center accounts, now featuring a one off fee and no renewal fees, along with […]

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In this chapter we will see how to use a map in Windows Phone 8 applications.

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We talked a lot about the changes we made for indexing, now let us talk about the kind of changes we are talking about from the query side of things. More precisely, this is when we start asking questions about our queries. Timing queries. While it is rare that we have slow queries in RavenDB, it does happen, and when it does, we treat it very seriously. However, in the last few cases that we have seen, the actual problem wasn’t with RavenDB, it was with sending the data back to the client...

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We talked previously about the kind of improvements we have in RavenDB 3.0 for the indexing backend. In this post, I want to go over a few features that are much more visible. Attachment indexing. This is a feature that I am not so hot about, mostly because we want to move all attachment usages to RavenFS. But in the meantime, you can reference the contents of an attachment during index. That can let you do things like store large text data in an attachment, but still make it available for...

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Software New Microsoft Message Analyzer Released – Eric Lawrence highlights the release of a new version of the Microsoft Message Analyzer for capturing network traffic at a low (packet) level. Umbraco 7.1.5 released – The Umbraco team announce the release of Umbraco 7.1.5, a new bugifx release which also includes new recycle bin functionality. Expanding […]

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In this article we will focus on 3D rotation of an element using the transform, perspective, rotate, backface-visibility and transition properties of CSS3.

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RavenDB indexes are one of the things that make is more than a simple key/value store. They are incredibly important for us. And like many other pieces in 3.0, they have had a lot of work done, and now they are sparkling & shiny. In this post I’m going to talk about a lot of the backend changes that were made to indexing, making them faster, more reliable and better all around. In the next post, I’ll discuss the actual user visible features we added. Indexing to memory. Time and time again...

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Information Internal or public? – Eric Lippert discusses access modifiers on members within internal classes, what they actually mean, and where there is debate over the access modifier to use. C# 6.0 Features Part 3: Declaration Expressions – K.Scott Allen continues his series looking at the new features of C#6, exploring declaration expressions which allow […]

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I’m not sure that there is a better word to describe it. We have a sign in the office, 3 feet by 6 feet that says: Reduce Friction. And that is something that we tried very hard to do. Under simplicity we aggregate everything that might aggravate you, and what we did to reduce that. That include things like reducing the number of files and assemblies we ship. Compare the 2.5 output: To the 3.0 output: We did that by removing a lot of dependencies that we could do without, and...

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RavenDB has always been accessible from other platforms. We have users using RavenDB from Python and Node.JS, we also have users using Ruby & PHP, although there isn’t a publicly available resource for that. With RaenDB 3.0, we release an official Java Client API for RavenDB. Using it is pretty simple if you are familiar with the RavenDB API or the Hibernate API. We start by creating the document store: IDocumentStore store = new DocumentStore(ravenDbUrl,...

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Software Azure: SQL Databases, API Management, Media Services, Websites, Role Based Access Control and More – Scott Guthrie announces the latest batch of improvements to the Microsoft Azure platform, including General Availability of QSL Database Service Tiers, API Management Service and Azure Alerting, as well as a number of new previews as well as media […]

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It is coming, and soon .   I’m going to talk about what is new in RavenDB 3.0 (like the posts you have seen so far, a lot has changed). Manuel will present a case study of building high scale systems, then Michael will give you a guided tour through the RavenDB internal. After lunch, we’ve Mauro talking about indexes and transformers, then I’m going to talk about the additional database types that are coming to RavenDB, and finally Judah is going to show how RavenDB speeds up your...

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While most of the time, when a user is working with RavenDB, they do so via the browser, developers spend most of their time in code, and when working with RavenDB, that means working with the RavenDB Client API. We have spent quite a bit of time on that as well, as you can imagine. Here are a few of the highlights. Fully async, all the way through. Communication with RavenDB is done to a remote server, which means that a lot of time is spent just doing I/O. Recognizing this, we are now...

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Update: The HTML Gremlins struck this morning swallowing a closing quote, which resulted in Jon Galloway’s post about video training being merged with the article on Document Databases – Its all sorted now – thanks to Ed (@nufan1989) for letting me know Software Announcing the Release of Web API OData 5.3 – Andrew Zhou announces […]

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This week we released a major set of updates to Microsoft Azure. This week’s updates include: SQL Databases: General Availability of Azure SQL Database Service Tiers API Management: General Availability of our API Management Service Media Services: Live Streaming, Content Protection, Faster and Cost Effective Encoding, and Media Indexer Web Sites: Virtual Network integration, new scalable CMS with WordPress and updates to Web Site Backup in the Preview Portal Role-based Access Control:...

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Software Announcing Microsoft.AspNet.Facebook 1.1 beta – Kirthi – .NET Web Development and Tools Blog Updated Service Bus 1.1 for Windows Server 1.0.4 Client Assembly – Dan Rosanova WebApiContrib/CollectionJson.Net – Mike Amundsen / Glen Block Information A Journey With Trusted HTML in AngularJS – K.Scott Allen Revisiting AngularJS with TypeScript – Jeremy Likness Overview of C# […]

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Software September 2014 .NET Security Updates – The .NET Framework Team announce the latest round of patches fro the .NET Framework released as a part of the ‘patch Tuesday’ release cycle September 2014 updates for Internet Explorer – Gege Wang of the Internet Explorer team also highlights their contribution to the Patch Tuesday releases with […]

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Information Comment commentary – Eric Lippert talks Code Comments, and using them to explain the meaning of code, drawing on examples of his code from the Roslyn code base. Troy Hunt: Solving the tyranny of HTTP 403 responses to directory browsing in ASP.NET – Troy Hunt discusses the 403 Forbidden error, and how it can […]

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Software New handy Visual Studio extensions – Mads Kristensen shares three little helper Visual Studio Extensions which you may find useful – one for identifying trailing white space, one for reporting of errors in the main editor window, and an add empty file extension. Information ZeroMQ #7: A Simple Actor Model – Sacha Barber continues […]

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Software [Announcement] ODataLib 6.7.0 Release – layla liu announces the release of the ODataLib 6.7.0 on NuGet. This release adds in a pretty impressive array of new features including additional core vocabulary terms, metadata annotation in EDM, and default Uri parsing overrides. Driving IE with the Web Driver Tool and Code Sample too – Greg […]

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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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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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