April 16, 2014
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Cloudy with a Chance of .NET

If you're looking for a strategy to follow to cloud enlightenment; you're reading the right article. Developers are in a unique position to educate and to capitalize on cloud opportunities.

Microsoft Azure Storage with .NET from 0 to 60

.NET developers cannot ignore Microsoft Azure. June 2012 changes brought Virtual Machines, Virtual Networks, performance upgrades, and significant cost reductions. As more Azure features unfold, some developers will soon be forced to justify "why not Azure" rather than "why Azure". Clearly .NET developers need to get acquainted with Azure.

Constructing your First PowerShell Provider

PowerShell, it seems, is going to be here for awhile. So today we'll focus on a few of the major PowerShell Provider concepts.

Extending Microsoft's Concurrency and Coordination Runtime with MSMQ

Join Microsoft's Concurrency and Coordination Runtime and MSMQ to coordinate work across processes on multiple computers.

Building Responsive .NET Applications with Microsoft Concurrency and Coordination Runtime (CCR)

In this article, Jeffrey Juday demonstrates how CCR can work with the .NET Ping class APM functions.

RESTing with the Microsoft REST Starter Kit

Tap the Starter Kit for your next REST Web Service.

Developing a TSQL Domain Specific Language with "M" and the Microsoft Oslo SDK

Come along as Jeffrey Juday delves deeper into "M" and the Oslo SDK. In this more advanced article, we'll discover how a runtime can more effectively leverage the Oslo SDK data structures generated by M.

Building a WPF Animation DSL Using M and the Oslo SDK

Overwhelmed with the new ideas and wealth of information on Oslo, M, and MGrammar? Here is your starting point for figuring out how Oslo M can solve your business problems.

Text Transformation with MGrammar and the Oslo SDK

Learn to build a text DSL in MGrammar.

Building Microsoft Oslo Models

Learn modeling and M development with the Oslo CTP SDK.

Exploring the Oslo Repository

Walk through examples and see how existing Repository models are constructed using the M language, how the models are stored in a SQL database, and how to query the SQL database for model information.

Building a Windows Workflow SQL Server Integration Services Activity

Learn to how to make SQL Server Integration Services a part of Windows Workflow Foundation.

Dynamically Building Windows Presentation Foundation DataTemplates

Discover how to use the XamlReader to dynamically create a Datatemplate. Then, see how you can bind to a Dataset and display the data in a ListView control (via a sample application pointing to the Northwind database).

Introducing Visual Studio Team System 2008 Database Unit Testing

Learn how to build Unit tests and generate sample data for your database development projects.

Beginner's Guide to SQL Server Database Development with VSTS Database Edition

Learn how to make Visual Studio Team Suite Database Edition part of your development process.

Developing Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 Management Packs

Learn to build a Management Pack to monitor your application.

An Introduction to BizTalk 2006 R2 Development

Learn about BizTalk 2006 R2's core features housed in the BizTalk Messaging Engine and what they can do for you.

Building a Regular Expression Stream Search with the .NET Framework

Learn to implement a Regular Expression search for .NET Streams.

You've Got the BizTalk POP3 Adapter

Leverage the BizTalk POP3 Adapter to manage an inbox.

Building a BizTalk Pipeline Content Enricher with SQL Server 2005

Learn how to implement the Content Enricher integration pattern using BizTalk 2006 R2 and SQL Server 2005.

Collaborating with the BizTalk 2006 R2 SharePoint Adapter

SharePoint 2007 has become one of Microsoft's hottest collaboration products. Learn how to integrate it with BizTalk 2006 R2.

Knitting an Integration Solution with BizTalk Services

BizTalk Services, an Internet Service Bus hosted by Microsoft, showcases CardSpace and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), some of Microsoft's latest security and distributed technologies.

BizTalk Pipeline Dreams Become Reality

Learn how to more easily extend, re-use, and configure a BizTalk Custom Pipeline Component.

BizTalk Pipeline Dreams, Part I

Instead of baking the capabilities of a Pipeline into an assembly, wouldn't it be nice to configure a pipeline using an XML configuration file? Wouldn't it be great to augment a pipeline with a couple of managed classes? Your solutions start here.

The WCF MessageEncoder Decoded

If you're already familiar with the fundamental aspects of Windows Communication Foundations, learning about MessageEncoders can take your application to the next level.

Building WCF Channels and Bindings

Are you familiar with the Windows Communications Foundation? Take it one step further and learn how to create WCF Channels and Bindings.

A Primer to Windows Communication Foundation

Windows Communication Foundation is set to become the platform for all .NET communication and therefore the underpinning for future versions of Microsoft products. Where should you begin? With this article.

Forging Transact SQL Code with CodeSmith

If you're haven't used CodeSmith for your TSQL coding yet, now's the time. This template-based code generator enables you to add fire-and-forget programming to your TSQL development.

A BizTalk Administration Solution for Real-Time Data Warehousing

Designing an administration solution for your real-time data warehouse is important to the long-term success of your BizTalk solution. Picking a platform your users are comfortable with is a good start.

Exceptional Error Handling with BizTalk 2006 and InfoPath

Human intervention for error handling often requires business knowledge as well as the right tools. In BizTalk, InfoPath and failed message routing can be the foundation for building these tools.

When BizTalk Is Just What Your Business Intelligence Solution Needs

Many use an ETL tool to populate the reporting databases in their business intelligence (BI) solutions, but sometimes an integration tool such as BizTalk 2006 is a better choice. Find out when.

Preparing for New SOA and BPM Development on the Microsoft Platform

An attendee at Microsoft SOA and Business Process Conference 2006 gives you the inside scoop on preparing your organization to utilize the new Microsoft SOA and BPM development products.

Designing a SQL Service Broker Control Bus

SQL Server Management Studio just doesn't cut it for complicated configuration and monitoring implementations. Learn how to implement your own SQL Service Broker (SSB) control bus solution to serve the needs of complex SQL Server-based messaging solutions.

SQL Server 2005 Service Broker Plays Well with Older Relatives

You can leverage SQL Server 2005 Service Broker with existing technologies such as SQL Server 2000 and MSMQ. BizTalk and SSB external activation are viable options, but a simple polling solution is easier.

Using SQL Server to Implement the Publish-Subscribe Integration Pattern

Utilizing design patterns with SQL Server 2005 Service Broker enables you to assess and select appropriate solutions for all of your SQL Server 2005 asynchronous messaging needs.

A Windows Service Solution for Unreliable Web Services

Reliability is a big issue in Internet Web services integration. Learn how to mitigate Web service reliability problems by using an asynchronous messaging approach.

Incorporate Data Warehouse QA Checks into MOM 2005

Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 (MOM) is a very capable monitoring tool, but it's limited when it comes to quality assurance. Learn how to use WMI and MOM's rules and notification capabilities to run automated data warehouse QA checks.

User-Defined Functions: Powerful Alternatives to Views and Stored Procedures

Table-valued user-defined functions (UDFs) are functionally similar to views but structurally similar to stored procedures, giving them all the important features of views and stored procedures and some additional functionality that they lack.

Using a SectionHandler for Painless BizTalk 2004 Configuration

A SectionHandler is perfect for organizing all of your configuration information. With the help of a DataSet reading and refreshing, XML configuration of data can be easy.

Put Some "BAM" in Your Next BizTalk 2004 Project

Need to gather some metrics on the steps within your BizTalk 2004 Orchestration? Check out Business Activity Monitoring (BAM).

BizTalk 2004 Adapter Alternatives for Handling Web Services

Combine BizTalk 2004 with the .NET Framework to overcome some of BizTalk's limitations in handling Web services.

Extend the SSIS Script Task with Your Own .NET Class Library

You can customize a SQL Server 2005 Integration Services (SSIS) package using VB.NET. One of the simplest ways is to use the SSIS Script Task. Learn the details.

Using the SQL Server 2005 Integration Services Class Library

Learn how to extend SQL Server 2005 Integration Services (SSIS), the new ETL tool that ships with SQL Server 2005, to perform operations that aren't already bundled with the product.

Build a SharePoint Newsletter Generator That Alerts Users to Changes

Leverage the SharePoint SDK classes to build a newsletter generator that collects all the changes to a site and presents them to users in an email newsletter format.

Using DDL Triggers to Manage SQL Server 2005

Get an introduction to the extended SQL Server 2005 trigger functionality that Data Definition Language (DDL) triggers provide for both databases and servers.

The Fundamentals of the SQL Server 2005 XML Datatype

SQL Server 2000 developers who've been yearning for better XML support in SQL Server will be pleased with the new XML datatype in SQL Server 2005. If you're one of them, learn the fundamentals of the datatype so you can get going.

Identity Management with Microsoft Identity Integration Server

Identity management with Microsoft Identity Integration Server (MIIS) not only saves time and money, it also eases the burden on end-users and enhances security. Learn how to create an MIIS solution.

BizTalk 2004 Business Rules Explained

Give power users more control over areas of your BizTalk Orchestration. With Business Rules, you can wrap your .NET classes and XML document elements in easy-to-understand language.

Implement a Centralized BizTalk File Creation Broker

By using BizTalk 2004, Web services, and the Broker enterprise pattern, you can create a centralized file broker that enables you to more easily configure security, administer services, and share code across your organization.

Explore SQL Server 2000 DTS Packages Using .NET and the DTS Class Library

Before embarking on a major database change such as upgrading to SQL Server 2005, how do you assess the scope of the change on your DTS packages? Use the DTS class library and .NET Interop.

Build a Custom SharePoint Web Service for Your InfoPath 2003 Documents

Learn how to develop a custom SharePoint Web service for InfoPath 2003 documents, which allows you to reliably perform actions whenever a user saves one of the documents.

Build BizTalk 2004 Custom Pipeline Components to Process Non-XML Data

BizTalk 2004 Pipelines offer you a great deal of control over the processing of BizTalk 2004 messages. With custom Pipeline components, you can handle non-XML data in BizTalk messages, even when the data is in non-delimited file formats.

Implement UI Role Awareness in Your Applications

Learn an elegant and flexible solution for implementing UI changes based on the role changes for your applications.

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