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  • tig66208 @tig66208 v3. if(doingItRight) { everybody.Dance(); } where the heck is the compiler for twitter pseudocode? sorry robots. #daftpunk again. about 503 days ago
  • tig66208 that last one doesn't compile. v2. if(doingItRigh) { everybody.Dance();} #daftpunk #.net about 503 days ago
  • tig66208 Entity Framework code first is awful. about 505 days ago
  • tig66208 "@haacked: That great feeling when you finally get to refactor that ugly debt ridden code you've been meaning to for so long." amen about 550 days ago
  • tig66208 @TFService Your support says the hosted build issue is resolved, but sure doesn't seem like it to me... 45 mins for what should take 5. about 573 days ago

Jason Taylor Real World Azure Tales
I’ve posted in the past about how my company, Stackify, makes some great tools that enhance the Windows Azure experience. By just using the Azure Management Portal, you don’t get a lot of insight into what is happening inside your instances, which are just Windows VMs. This morning, I noticed something quite scary, and fittingly enough, it’s Halloween. ......

I’ve realized as of late that I come home nearly every day (which, quite often is the next day) and do the following: - Say something along the lines of “what a day!” -Pour a big glass of a nice rye whiskey or a single malt scotch (Who am I, Jack Donaghy??) -Get back to working I’ve also realized that a good majority of my family and friends have zero ......

The ability to have a private AppFabric cache deployed as a cluster of worker roles, or piggy-backing your existing roles, is great. But there are some things to watch out for, which can cost you a lot of time, headache, and outage if it finds it’s way to production. Getting Started For those of you new to AppFabric caching, there are some great “getting ......

The folks over on the TFS / Visual Studio team have been working hard at releasing a steady stream of new features for their new hosted Team Foundation Service in the cloud. One of the most significant features released was simple continuous delivery of your solution into your Azure deployments. The original announcement from Brian Harry can be found ......

(This is a copy of a blog I wrote for my company blog at: http://www.stackify.com/azu... If you’re a .Net web developer today, no doubt you’ve enjoyed watching Windows Azure grow up over the past couple of years. The platform has scaled, stabilized (mostly), and added on a slew of great (and sometimes overdue) ......

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