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Continued Innovation: Microsoft announces updates across Storage, Azure SQL Database, Identity and Access Management and Media Services | Microsoft Azure Blog

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Continued Innovation: Microsoft announces updates across Storage, Azure SQL Database, Identity and Access Management and Media Services | Microsoft Azure Blog



Premium Storage is designed to support I/O intensive workloads. Premium
Storage stores data on the latest technology Solid State Drives (SSDs)
and offers up to 32 terabytes of storage per virtual machine. Customers
will be able to drive more than 50,000 IOPS off of each virtual machine
with sub-millisecond latency for all read operations. With Premium
Storage, Azure offers the ability to truly lift-and-shift your demanding
enterprise applications –
like

SQL Server, Dynamics AX, Dynamics CRM, Exchange Server, MySQL, and SAP Business Suite – to the cloud....(Read whole news on source site)

How to Get the Number of Tables from SQL Server Database ?

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Below is a sample SQL query that demonstrates how to count the number of tables in a SQL Server database using information_schema.tables. How to Get the Number of Tables from SQL Server Database ? USE TrainingDB1 SELECT COUNT(*) as TableNos from information_schema.tables WHERE table_type = 'base table'
Backup in SQL Server using SQL Scripts?
...(Read whole news on source site)

Triggers in Xamarin.Forms 1.3

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Yesterday, I wrote about one of the new features in Xamarin.Forms 1.3 (Technology Preview 2), Styles.  Today I’ll take a first look at Triggers. Triggers The key idea of Triggers is “When this happens, do that.” More specifically, “When this … Continue reading → For the complete article and hyperlinks, please visit my blog at http://JesseLiberty.com

Microsoft Azure Development Cookbook Second Edition Review

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Introduction I recently had the opportunity to review Microsoft Azure Development Cookbook Second Edition, by Packt Publishing (@packtpub). I’m relatively new to development with Azure, and because it’s such a hot topic, I wanted to learn more. I follow some blogs and magazines about Azure and I know for sure that it is a vast subject. I think that authors have done a good job on the book. As its title states, it is a book of recipes, and they are organized into 8 chapters: Chapter 1: Developing Cloud Services for Microsoft Azure
is an introduction to using Visual Studio to implement Azure solutions. It covers what we would expect from such a chapter, from regular Visual Studio and Azure Emulator configuration, to setting up SSL certificates and using roles. Chapter 2: Deploying Quickly with Azure Websites is about websites, deploying contents with Git and TFS and using other technologies (Java, PHP). Chapter 3: Getting Storage with Blobs in Azure talks about the Blob Storage service, how to control access to it, set properties, manage contents and replicate them with Azure Content Delivery Network. Chapter 4: Going Relational with the Azure SQL Database...(Read whole news on source site)

WordPress Universal API

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Climbing back out of the rabbit hole I got myself into (see http://tonyc.me/1wjOD5Y), I’ve finished with my first iteration of the WordPress library for universal apps. This still has some cleaning up to do and you will need to download the xmlrpc.universal project from http://github.com/TonyChampion/xmlrpc.universal in order for it to work. Currently the project supports […]

Building Real Software: If you could only do one thing to make better software, what would it be?

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Building Real Software: If you could only do one thing to make better software, what would it be?





Mariusz Sieraczkiewicz does a good job of explaining how and when to do "everyday refactoring"

using a matrix built on Michael Feathers’ work on brutal refactoring

and the biology of code:





Start by reading and annotating the code, maybe do some scratch (rapid, throwaway) refactoring to understand it better

Find meaningful names for variables and conditionals

Extract methods to break down big
chunks of code and express the algorithm

Get rid of obvious duplication

Move methods and extract classes to isolate responsibilities.
...(Read whole news on source site)

Razor views pre-compilation with ASP.NET 5 and MVC 6

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In previous versions of MVC framework, running on top of the “classic” ASP.NET runtime, it was quite common for developers to switch view compilation on, so that the views get compiled upfront, allowing you to see any errors at compile … Continue reading →The post Razor views pre-compilation with ASP.NET 5 and MVC 6 appeared first on StrathWeb.

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