Jeffrey Juday

53 articles

Cloudy with a Chance of .NET

Developers are in a unique position to educate and to capitalize on cloud opportunities. Unlike learning new programming techniques or Frameworks, cloud learning moves...

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...

Constructing your First PowerShell Provider

Introduction I think it's safe to say that PowerShell will be a staple on the Microsoft platform for the foreseeable future. Version 2.0 is shipping...

Extending Microsoft’s Concurrency and Coordination Runtime with MSMQ

oncurrency and Coordination Runtime (CCR) is part of the CCR and DSS Toolkit. If you have an MSDN license you can download the CCR...

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

Introduction If developers want to leverage muti-cores, without a doubt they'll need to tackle Threading and race conditions, typically referred to as Concurrency. Concurrency is...

RESTing with the Microsoft REST Starter Kit

When it comes to interoperability, Internet standards rule. Representational State Transfer (REST) is a Web Service construction philosophy built on some of the original...

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

My last article explained why a developer chooses a Domain Specific Language (DSL) and how an M DSL can be incorporated into a Windows...

Building a WPF Animation DSL Using M and the Oslo SDK

When talking to colleagues about Microsoft "Oslo" M and MGrammar in particular, I'm often asked whether there is a practical problem Oslo solves and...

Text Transformation with MGrammar and the Oslo SDK

My job involves moving different shapes and sizes of data linking systems and business processes together. Normally, I use Integration or Data Warehousing tools....

Building Microsoft Oslo Models

Models and Modeling were on display everywhere at the latest Microsoft Professional Developer's conference. In fact, my guess is that the modeling lifestyle is...

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