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DevLink 2014 Presentations

Last week I had the privilege to speak at DevLink in Chattanooga, TN.  I had a great time!  It was fun to present.  I was also was able to attend some great sessions.  DevLink is always a top notch event to

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Azure Website & Managed Cache Service

If you’re working with an Azure Website and trying to use the Azure Managed Cache Service, you really need to be on either the Basic or Standard tier for the Azure Website.  Apparently the Azure Managed Cache Service is not

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Inside Azure Diagnostics – Pittsburgh Tech Fest (June 2014)

Today I had the pleasure to present at Pittsburgh Tech Fest.  I presented a new session on how to best utilize Azure diagnostics with Cloud Services (web/worker roles).  This was my second time presenting at Pittsburgh Tech Fest, and again

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Getting the Windows Azure PowerShell Cmdlets

I’m a big fan of using the Windows Azure PowerShell cmdlets for managing my Windows Azure resources.  They’re incredibly helpful, especially when I need to repeatedly take care of multiple tasks. There are two ways to get the Windows Azure

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Windows Azure Cache Options

This week (January 27th – 31st) is Windows Azure week.  As part of Windows Azure week, I was honored to publish a blog for Microsoft Press where I highlighted the various cache options available in Windows Azure.  In this post

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CodeMash 2014

Last Friday wrapped up the 8th CodeMash conference. CodeMash is probably . . . no, it is . . . my favorite conference to attend each year. CodeMash is packed with the most passionate technologists I know. Many attendees are

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Azure Management Studio and Blob Container ACLs

Here’s a quick tip I recently learned from my friend, and Cerebrata evangelist, Mike Wood . . . When using Cerebrata’s Azure Management Studio to work with Windows Azure blob storage, you need to explicitly tell AMS to retrieve the

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