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An Archived Managed World This blog has moved to http://www.managed-world.com/blog April 2007 Entries
Windows Server "Longhorn" - Beta 3 Has Arrived!
Well, it's official. Beta 3 of Windows Server "Longhorn" has launched. With it, I finally get to release some of the work I've been working on lately. If you are a developer, I encourage to take a look at "The Top Ways To Light Up Your Apps On Windows Server 'Longhorn'" that was just launched today. It outlines key ways that you, the developer, can leverage all the new and improved enhancements to the Server platform to really make your applications shine in a whole new light. I encourage any of ......

Posted On Thursday, April 26, 2007 1:08 AM

Developer, Meet Server - Transactional NTFS and WCF

I recently posted the second screencast in my new "Developer, Meet Server" screencast series. This latest screencast covers using Transactional NTFS in a service-oriented environment via WCF.

Enjoy!

Posted On Thursday, April 5, 2007 12:18 AM

Transactional NTFS and Free Disk Space
Andrew recently watched my screencasts and had some great questions that came up around how Transactional NTFS behaves with the file system. So, I figured I would answer them here. So, if you want to see the context around his questions, check out his post. Here's the paragraph with the questions: I wonder what happens to files that never get committed - ala a long running transaction. They have to be taking up file space. Jason says not even Windows Explorer knows about them, but they have to exist ......

Posted On Thursday, April 5, 2007 12:13 AM

Developer, Meet Server - Transactional NTFS and WCF

I recently posted the second screencast in my new "Developer, Meet Server" screencast series. This latest screencast covers using Transactional NTFS in a service-oriented environment via WCF.

Enjoy!

Posted On Wednesday, April 4, 2007 4:19 PM

Transactional NTFS and Free Disk Space
Andrew recently watched my screencasts and had some great questions that came up around how Transactional NTFS behaves with the file system. So, I figured I would answer them here. So, if you want to see the context around his questions, check out his post. Here's the paragraph with the questions: I wonder what happens to files that never get committed - ala a long running transaction. They have to be taking up file space. Jason says not even Windows Explorer knows about them, but they have to exist ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 4, 2007 4:15 PM

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