The Problem with Moving to the Cloud is Everything Works

I’ve had this customer for about 15 years and they are the perfect candidate to move to Windows Azure. They are a small business.  Most of the employees are either on the road or working remotely.  Other than the few office workers, everyone is already accessing the data online.  There’s no dedicated IT staff managing […]
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Worker Role Communications in Windows Azure, Part 2

In a previous post we explored exposing an endpoint in a worker role to the outside world. Here we will examine one way to implement communication between worker roles internally. Basically, the idea is this: Figure 1 Direct Role to Role Communication in Windows Azure We could implement an architecture where all worker roles communicate […]
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Would the real developer please stand up?

Behind door # 1; .NET developer eating 800 page manuals for breakfast Behind door #2; power user, business professional Behind door #3; clerical person If you are working in SharePoint and you guessed door #2, you would get top marks because that is the majority of development. Now wait, you say, what about the professional […]
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