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A Lap Around the New Amazon Web Services Toolkit for Visual Studio

September 8, 2011


I’m a big fan of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform for many reasons.  Their pace of innovation is impressive, their services are solid and their ecosystem is getting better all the time.  Up until now, .NET focused developers have only had the AWS SDK for .NET to work with (besides going against the native […]

New Job, Same Place

September 2, 2011


I’m a bit of a restless employee who is always looking for new things to work on and new challenges to tackle.  So, this recent change should hold me for a while. I’ve accepted a role as the lead functional architect for the Research and Development division of my biotechnology employer.  What this means is […]

Interview Series: Four Questions With … Ryan CrawCour

September 1, 2011


The summer is nearly over, but the “Four Questions” machine continues forward.  In this 34th interview with a “connected technologies” thought leader, we’re talking with Ryan CrawCour who is a solutions architect, virtual technology specialist for Microsoft in the Windows Azure space, popular speaker and user group organizer. Q: We’ve seen the recent (CTP) release […]


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