Browsing All Posts published on »October, 2012«

Capabilities and Limitations of “Contract First” Feature in Microsoft Workflow Services 4.5

October 12, 2012


I think we’ve moved well past the point of believing that “every service should be a workflow” and other things that I heard when Microsoft was first plugging their Workflow Foundation. However, there still seem to be many cases where executing a visually modeled workflow is useful. Specifically, they are very helpful when you have […]

Trying Out the New Windows Azure Portal Support for Relay Services

October 8, 2012


Scott Guthrie announced a handful of changes to the Windows Azure Portal, and among them, was the long-awaited migration of Service Bus resources from the old-and-busted Silverlight Portal to the new HTML hotness portal. You’ll find some really nice additions to the Service Bus Queues and Topics. In addition to creating new queues/topics, you can […]

Interview Series: Four Questions With … Hammad Rajjoub

October 4, 2012


Greetings and welcome to the 43rd interview in my series of chats with thought leaders in the “connected technologies” domain. This month, I’m happy to have Hammad Rajjoub with us. Hammad is an Architect Advisor for Microsoft, former Microsoft MVP, blogger, published author, and  you can find him on Twitter at @HammadRajjoub. Let’s jump in. […]


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