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Deploying SqlServerCe with an ASP.NET MVC application
Using Entity Framework Code First together with SqlServerCe is a great way to work with small databases in ASP.NET MVC applications. I have several web applications running on shared hosting sites where SqlServerCe is the database engine under the hood...

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#DotNed Podcast: Mirjam van Olst over SharePoint
In deze podcast spreekt Maurice de Beijer met de SharePoint Chick, Mirjam van Olst, over SharePoint. Mirjam vertelt wat je allemaal kan doen met SharePoint en hoe je als ontwikkelaar met SharePoint aan de slag kan. http://dotned.nl/PodCasts.aspx?id=13...

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Using the WCF Web API in an ASP.NET MVC application
Warning: This post is based on a prerelease version of the WCF Web API   In my previous blog post I showed how to add to and use the new WCF Web API a console application using NuGet. Now that works but it is far more likely that you will want to...

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Adding the WCF Web API to a project
Warning: This post is based on a prerelease version of the WCF Web API   In my previous blog post I showed how to get started with the new WCF Web API but one thing I skipped is how to install and add it to your project first. So in post I am going...

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Turbo charge your applications with AppFabric caching
  Below are links to the PowerPoint sheets and the sample I used for my webinar yesterday evening. The session itself was recorded and will be available soon, link to follow.   PowerPoint Sample   Enjoy!   www.TheProblemSolver.nl www...

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Workflow Services and Windows Phone 7
Today I did a fun presentation at the Engineering World Conference in the Netherlands on using the Windows Phone 7 with a Workflow Service hosted on Windows Azure. The sample application, that is complete with all source on CodePlex over here , consists...

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Running Workflow Services on Windows Azure
Windows Azure might not support the WCF and WF4 hosting parts of Windows AppFabric bit that doesn’t mean you can’t run workflow services on Windows Azure. After all a workflow is just a .NET 4 type and Windows Azure runs the .NET framework. As a result...

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Automatically sending tweets using TweetSharp
One of the sites I run for the Dutch .NET community is .NET Events in the Netherlands which lists all sorts of community events for, as the name suggests, Dutch .NET developers. The site has been around for a while but always forced people to either go...

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Configuring ASP.NET Session State to use AppFabric Caching
If you are using the information in this MSDN page to get started with the ASP.NET Session State Provider to use Windows Server AppFabric Caching you might run into some problems as the steps are less than complete. First make sure you have Windows Server...

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Book review: Silverlight 4 in Action
Some weeks ago I received a review copy of Silverlight 4 in Action by Pete Brown. Reviewing this book took some time as it weighs in at a hefty 798 pages, who ever said that Silverlight was a small products? That is a lot of material but then the book...

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Quickly determine the windows identity of an ASP.NET site
  Great tip from Dominick to quickly determine the use an ASP.NET, WCF or WF4 service is running under. Add the following ASPX file and hit it with the browser. <%@ Page %>   <%= System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent...

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Using dynamic objects in Silverlight 4
Note: This blog post is written using Silverlight 4.0 RC 1 One of the cool new features in Silverlight 4 is the ability to data bind to indexed properties. This means that even if you don’t know at design time what properties you data object has you can...

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Combined DevelopMentor instructors blog feed.
Michael Kennedy , one of the co instructors from DevelopMentor , has created a combined feed from all the blogs of the various DevelopMentor. An awesome group of people with a lot of knowledge to share. Highly recommended in you RSS reader. http://feeds...

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