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Mix11–Day 2 Sessions
Thursday, April 14, 2011 7:49 AM
I blogged here about my Mix11 bootcamp sessions, and here about my Mix11 day 1 keynote and sessions. To continue the theme, here are some thoughts and opinions around Day 2. Keynote #2 This keynote started a little slow with some apologies and explanations around delays in Windows Phone 7 updates coming. Necessary but unexciting. After that though, things moved... Read More...
Making WCF Output a single WSDL file for interop purposes.
Tuesday, March 16, 2010 10:42 PM
By default, when WCF emits a WSDL definition for your services, it can often contain many links to others related schemas that need to be imported. For the most part, this is fine. WCF clients understand this type of schema without issue, and it conforms to the requisite standards as far as WSDL definitions go. However, some non Microsoft stacks will only work... Read More...
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Sydney Architecture User Group – Next Meeting: Why Windows Azure is not just Generic Brand Web Hosting
Tuesday, November 10, 2009 2:46 PM
The Sydney Architecture User Group is having its second meeting this month on Thursday, 26th November. Full details can be found on our new (but very simple) website located here ( http://thesaug.org ). You can subscribe to the monthly email and also indicate your intention to come by selecting the RSVP option (which would be really nice if you did :-) ) Here... Read More...
Silverlight 3 and WCF Faults
Tuesday, July 14, 2009 3:57 PM
On  a previous project that utilised WCF and Silverlight 2, I began implementing an error handling strategy that was going to rely on certain FaultExceptions being propagated to the Silverlight client. Well it turned out that Silverlight 2 does not support FaultExceptions so that was not going to fly and a custom solution was built. Well Silverlight 3 does... Read More...
EOAST #4 – Evolution of a software thingy Part 4
Monday, January 26, 2009 11:45 AM
So its been ages since my last post on this pet project of mine. Its time to get down to the nitty gritty on this and see if it is actually working the way I want it to. Hopefully, you have read parts one , two and three in previous posts to get a good idea on what I am trying to achieve. Basically, its a collect, store and display mechanism to store almost any... Read More...
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WCF, IErrorHandler and propagating faults
Thursday, October 16, 2008 9:12 PM
On a recent project, I have needed to set up a generic error handler just above the service layer which ensured that only known exceptions were propagated up to the client in a controlled manner. This post contains information about how to write an IErrorHandler , but more importantly, it does contain an important point at the end about its implementation that... Read More...
EOAST - Evolution of a software thingy - Part 3
Tuesday, September 9, 2008 11:54 AM
This is the the third instalment of my experiences and ideas around the development of a piece of software to initially satisfy my disappointment around Outlook and also to allow me to play with some new technologies and making them all work together. Part 1 is here and Part 2 is here . This latest instalment will focus a little more into the design detail. The... Read More...
TechEd Oz 2008 Presentation Demos
Monday, September 8, 2008 5:12 PM
Well TechEd Au 2008 is over and done with. I did a presentation called Productive WCF and as promised to all the delegates that attended my presentation (thank you very much for attending by the way), I have provided a link where you can download a ZIP file containing all the demo code. You can download the code from here . I hope everyone enjoyed TechEd and... Read More...
EOAST - Evolution of a software thingy - Part 2
Monday, August 11, 2008 4:14 PM
In a part 1 of this series , I talked about what was the purpose of coming up with this "software thingy". Now I will tackle some of the design aspects that have evolved as I have been working on it. Just to mention the requirements again though, it must be able to gather and store information from literally any source, and not tied to one collection mechanism... Read More...
EOAST - Evolution of a software thingy - Part 1
Monday, August 4, 2008 4:48 PM
Its been a little while since I have blogged as I haven't had very many value items to add to the blogosphere lately. However, I have been steadily (albeit slowly) working away on a little software project that may or may not see the light of day, but it has been a fun learning experience, and may eventually come to something. If nothing else, its a good testbed... Read More...
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