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In large-scale application development, IT Governance is challenged with common requirements that are best managed with an enterprise wide approach. This sample project illustrates an approach to addressing registration and auditing of WCF based services.
The sample project highlights differences between Dictionary<> and ConcurrentDictionary<>. Issues arise with these data structures in a multithreaded scenario when care is not taken when adding and updating entries. Namely, unpredictable results.
The sample project contains the bases for a framework that I have found useful in developing Azure Storage solutions. It has saved me time by not having to re-think basic functionality by providing a flexible and stable framework.
This sample project illustrates how performance gains could be accomplished using a WCF service that supports callbacks. The uploaded sample shows two implementations of the same service. One using basic http binding and one using dual http binding.
This sample project is posted in reply to the forum post: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/554a7c1c-cea7-4743-ad4f-7845da2e9683/sending-xml-string-to-generated-webservice-proxy-stub. WCF Service The issue stems with how to handle contracts with object type properties
This Wiki Article explores some of the capabilities of Azure Mobile Services API that might be of interest in some scenarios.
The following illustrates a convenient method of setting up a map between business classes to the Azure Table Storage entities using Automapper.
This article provides a comparison between System.Xml.XMLDocument and System.Xml.Linq.XDocument.
In this technet wiki, I wanted to highlight a relatively simple strategy to handle the support of multiple service versions that were used in the sample project.
An introduction to managing multiple Azure cloud environments.