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But first let me take a selfie .COM

Every weekend I spend some time working on some personal projects. Yesterday, I grabbed a couple of domains and Just did it on a whim and today, we decided to build a simple application on the domain, The

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Posted in Personal Projects, Random Thoughts, Web Development, Web Services

OData in ASP.NET is a beautiful thing

This week I came to appreciate ASP.NET that much more. Hear me out for a bit. I was explaining the requirements of some Web API development that I needed done to a junior developer. That day I had literally thrown

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Posted in .NET, ASP.NET, Web 2.0, Web Services

Which Azure Service to use? WebRole, Website or VM

I came across this little piece of information this morning and thought that I’d share it with the development community. I really started using Azure after Microsoft did some updates in mid 2012 and release their “Azure Website” service that

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Posted in .NET, ASP.NET, Azure, Microsoft, Research, Web 2.0, Web Services

Windows Azure Mobile Services

Seems that the development teams at Microsoft keep on cranking out new and awesome features on their platforms. Here ‘The Gu’ himself (Scott Guthrie) does a quick demo of Windows Azure Mobile Services, a new azure service that allows us

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Posted in .NET, Cloud, Enterprise, Microsoft, Mobile, Mobile Applications, Random Thoughts, Web Services, Windows, Windows 8

Google Drive on the Desktop is rolling out

Turned on my laptop this evening to see this bad boy sitting in my inbox! I checked my Android tablet yesterday and the application seems to be running fine. Time to whip out the devices and check out the user

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Posted in Android, Cloud, Google, Mobile, Random Thoughts, Web 2.0, Web Services

Here is some interesting tech I have been looking into …

I know for the last couple of weeks I’ve pushed out at least one post a day fairly consistently. Needless to say, that took some effort. This week I’m slowing it down a bit on the blog posts. I’ve said

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Posted in Cloud, Enterprise, Google, Java, Linux, Random Thoughts, Research, Social Networking, Startup, Web Services

The BOX API – Free storage on a tight budget?

Couple of posts ago, I wrote about finally getting my RIM development environment to work and suggested that I’d build and host a VM containing some of the tools necessary to get started with Blackberry development. Well, the VM ended up

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Posted in Hacking, Personal Projects, Random Thoughts, Web 2.0, Web Services
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