September 19, 2014
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Beginner's Guide to TortoiseSVN, the Windows Subversion Client

TortoiseSVN allows Windows users to access all of Subversion's version control functionality without having to master the command line.

An Introduction to Microsoft Roslyn

Roslyn is a project carried out by Microsoft that allows the C# and VB compilers in the .NET framework to expose certain APIs that can be explicitly invoked from other .NET applications. Read on for an overview of Microsoft Roslyn.

Step-by-Step Guide to Setting up a Windows Azure Free Trial

Using a free pass, you can start using Microsoft Azure now. Discover how easy it is to set up an Azure account with these step-by-step instructions It is easy!

Creating a Windows Azure Application: A Step-by-Step Guide

Windows Azure can seem daunting to many developers seeking to take their first steps into cloud computing. The perception that Windows Azure is too big and too different is a fallacy. This walk-through shows you just how easy it can be.

How to Run Native Code in Your Azure Service

Windows Azure, by default, runs code in low trust. In this article, we explore how to enable running an Azure service with full trust.

Going Beyond Cloud Basics: Understanding Advanced Web Roles

Knowing the knobs and hooks available for web and worker roles in Azure can be very helpful to administer complex configuration settings. This article walks us through an understanding of these advanced roles and how we can use them in our Windows Azure based cloud services.

How to Keep Tab of your Windows Azure Hosted Services

Not only does Windows Azure provide a reliable platform to host and execute services, it even provides a set of Service management APIs to help create application which can be used to monitor these services. In this article, we will walk through the creation of a simple monitoring application which will list our Azure services running in the cloud.

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