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Trying to embed Gist in Windows Live Writer

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 06/17/2012

You need to put the following line in the “source” page of your post:

[gist https://gist.github.com/2944955%5D

Here is my test Gist:

 

Here you can find in-depth explanation how to do this: http://en.support.wordpress.com/gist/

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Building responsive scalable cloud Web applications with ASP.Net MVC4, WebApi, SignalR and Knockout

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 04/03/2012

Thanks for everyone who’ve attended my CodeCamp presentation. Thanks for organizers for making it happen.

I’ve had a chance to build the realistic distributed application live-coding from scratch. The application consisted from 2 roles – web role and a worker role. During the demo I’ve used the Amazon AWS cloud, but the similar technique can be applied to Azure deployments.

The audience was great and engaging even though we didn’t have enough and I was flying through the code.

The code I’m publishing (Amazon AWS demo) is a beautified version of the one we’ve created during the Code Camp.

Stay tuned for the mirrored Azure demo code…

NOTE: This is a simplified version and should not be treated as a real-life application.

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Videos outline for RavenDB

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 02/20/2012

Guys, if you’re craving for more information about RavenDB – check out this great collection: http://itcompiler.com/search/tagged/ravendb

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RavenDB introduction and overview: presentation for Architecture Study Group

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 02/17/2012

We’ve had a lot of fun with a small party talking about RavenDB, it’s functionality and quirks. We’ve wondered of track into more advanced topics of Replication, Sharding and Security so I totally forgot to talk about the transactional support for RavenDB (including DTC). Now I know for sure that 2 hours discussion about RavenDB is not enough. It looks like I’ll need to split the presentation into the “intro” and “advanced” parts.

I’ve updated slides on SlideShare with the latest revision.

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RavenDB introduction and overview: presentation

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 02/01/2012

Here is the other part of our presentation for the NEVB user group – Overview of RavenDB. Due to some technical problems was no able to show much of the code and really feel bad about that. Hope to get another chance to talk more about RavenDB.

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NoSql Introduction presentation

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 01/31/2012

Recently Phil Young and I gave presentation about NoSql, RavenDB and Hadoop to NEVB User Group. This was our first presentation of this kind and format and we’ve had a couple of snags running it, but, I promise, we’re getting much better at that.

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I’ve just published the first portion of the slides about the NoSql introduction. Feedback is always welcome.

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Continuous Education

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 01/26/2012

VIDEO: Windows Azure on Cloud9 – Cloud9 IDE Blog
VIDEO: Skills Matter : In The Brain of Udi Dahan & John Stevenson
VIDEO: Gil Zilberfeld interviews Uncle Bob Martin
Jasmine-BDD: A Screencast On The Standalone Test Runner | ThoughtStream.new
VIDEO: ayende on ravendb problem
VIDEO: Session 02: Introduction to Compute
Northwind Starter Kit Review : Data Access and the essence of needless work
Ruby on Rails in Windows Azure – Part 2 – Creating Windows Azure SDK 1.4 based Application to Host Ruby on Rails Application in Cloud
Pragmatic Programming Techniques: NOSQL Patterns
HBase vs. Cassandra: NoSQL Battle!
VIDEO: Skills Matter : DDD eXchange 2010: Udi Dahan on Architectura
One Millionth Tower documentary elevates the art of HTML5 – Engadget
VIDEO: DataStax Cassandra Tutorials – Managing Objects & Data In Cassandra
Skills Matter : In The Brain of Udi Dahan: CQRS, race conditions
NOSQL – Introduction on Vimeo
The Coming War on General Purpose Computation
Pragmatic Programming Techniques: Choosing between SQL and Non-SQL
Pragmatic Programming Techniques: NoSQL GraphDB
Martin Fowler: Slideument
Understanding Microsoft’s big-picture plans for Hadoop and Project Isotope
Shan Carter on data storytelling
VIDEO: Hadoop in Action
Pragmatic Programming Techniques: Between Elasticity and Scalability
Cloud Expo 2012 East
VIDEO: "The Lost Session" at KAN Malmo – Introduction to RavenDB
A Java Developer’s Guide to PaaS
VIDEO: NDC 2011: Kill Your ORM
World Wide Webber – Graph Processing versus Graph Databases
VIDEO: Building loosely-coupled apps with Windows Azure Service Bus Topics and Queues
Procrastineering – Project blog for Johnny Chung Lee: Low-Cost Video Chat Robot
Going realtime with Socket.IO
WebSocket and Socket.IO
Asynchronous scalable web applications with real-time persistent long-running connections with SignalR
Scott Hanselman’s 2011 Ultimate Developer and Power Users Tool List for Windows
patterns & practices: Project Silk
Martin Fowler: StranglerApplication
What’s in (and missing from) Microsoft’s latest batch of Azure cloud update
Introduction to Spring Data Neo4j
Raspberry Pi’s $35, 700MHz Linux computer enters manufacturing
Scenario-based Unit Tests for DDD with Event Sourcing – Journal – CQRS and
Pretotyping
I’m a phony. Are you?
How Trello is different
How to handle relations in RavenDB
Design Patterns for Distributed Non-Relational Databases

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AppFabric Service Bus Queues and Topics presentation (for Boston Azure User Group)

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 12/20/2011

Recently we’ve delivered a presentation to the Boston Azure User Group on how perfectly the cloud technologies are aligned for development for the Mobile Apps and clients. My coworkers from Blue Metal Architects delivered great content about integrating iOS (featured iPhone and iPad) and Windows Phone with the cloud. I’ve covered the use of the AppFabric Service Bus Queues and Topics – these technologies are perfect for communications for partially connected clients (like mobile ones).

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Continuous Education

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 11/29/2011

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Continuous Education

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 11/17/2011

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