Michael Stephenson

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April 2010 Entries

UK Connected Systems User Group - Udi Dahan Event Topic change
Hi Just wanted to get the word out about a change to the may user group event. Udi Dahan will present a new topic which he has not presented in the UK before. Details below. To register for this event please refer to: http://ukconnectedsystemsus... Title: High Availability - A Contrarian View Abstract: Many developers are aware of the importance of high availability, critically analyzing any single points of failure in the infrastructure. Those same developers rarely give ......

Posted On Monday, April 19, 2010 5:52 PM | Comments (0) |

User Group Meeting Summary - April 2010
Thanks to everyone who could make it to what turned out to be an excellent SBUG event. First some thanks to: Speakers: Anthony Cooper and Elton Stoneman Host: The various people at Hitachi who helped to organise and arrange the venue. Session 1 - Getting up and running with Windows Mobile and the Windows Azure Service Bus In this session Anthony discussed some considerations for using Windows Mobile and the Windows Azure Service Bus from a real-world project which Hitachi have been working on with ......

Posted On Sunday, April 18, 2010 3:35 PM | Comments (0) |

SBUG --> UK Connected Systems User Group

Following a recent user group meeting we have decided that the UK SOA/BPM User Group will be renamed to the UK Connected Systems User Group.  The reasons for this are as follows:

1. Other user groups who cover the same topics as us are all called something similar

2. We feel the name change will help to increase user group membership

The focus and topics of the user group will remain the same.

Posted On Sunday, April 18, 2010 3:29 PM | Comments (0) |

I want to hit Apex SQL with a big stick
<Whinge> Thought id just have a little whinge about this product which caused me a load of grief the other day..... So the background was that my development machine had a completely full hard disk which I needed to sort out. Upon investigation I found the issue was that the msdb database had managed to get very large. This was caused because a long time ago (and I cant even remember why) I tried out Apex SQL. After a few days I decided to uninstall it and thought nothing more of it. What I ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 14, 2010 7:08 PM | Comments (1) |

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