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Software Glimpse 1.8.5 released - The Glimpse Team announce the release of Glimpse 1.8.5, patch/bugfix release which introduces one new feature, support for attribute based routing, along with significant improvements to Entity Framework support, Information Warnings vs errors - Eric Lippert shares the latest instalment of ‘Ask the Bug Guys’ discussing why the compiler gives warnings about invalid [...]

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Corax is a research project that we have, to see how we can build a full text search library on top of Voron. Along the way, we take the chance to find out how Lucene does things, and what we can do better. Pretty much from the get go, Corax is likely to use more disk space than Lucene, probably significantly so. I would be happy if we could get a merely 50% increase over Lucene The reason that this is the case is that Lucene goes to great length to save disk space. From storing all integers...

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Information Sharing code across platforms - Immo Landwerth discusses the two options both dramatically improving following announcements at Build, to producing cross platform applications with shared code Migrating from NHibernate to Entity Framework - Jimmy Bogard discusses a recent migration from NHibernate to Entity Framework, discussing the history of the two projects, the equivalences and equivalents between [...]

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During the RavenDB courses* in the past few weeks, I was talking with one of the attendees and I came up with what I think is a great analogy. * Yes, courses, in the past 4 weeks, I’ve given the RavenDB course 3 times. That probably explains why I don’t remember which course it was. What are your success metrics? From Opening a Champagne Bottle To Hiding Under the Bed with Said Bottle? The first success  metric is when you have enough users (and, presumably, revenue) to cross the threshold to...

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Software TypeScript 1.0 Released and Open for Contributions - Polita Paulus shares an official update on the TypeScript project, discussing the 1.0 release and the opensourcing and accepting of community contributions to the TypeScript project. Unity 3.5 RTW: Now with more Peace, Love, and Rock ‘n’ Roll - Grigori Melnik announces the release of version 3.5 of [...]

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There are a lot of stuff that are hard to do when you are working on a large team. But the really nice thing is the velocity in which you can move. I just started the morning with the following commands: And I have another PR pending for a different branch that I’m going to have to look at. Overall, I think that this is a pretty cool thing to have. We can push forward in many direction at once, and it can be pretty awesome to look at all the good thins that are coming our way.

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One of the nice features that Voron got from LMDB is the notion of multi trees. If I recall correctly, LMDB calls them duplicate items, or something like that. Basically, it is the ability to store multiple values for a single key. Update: The behavior described in this post has been in LMDB for the over 3 years. It is just something that Voron didn't have. Please note that this post discuss the Voron's limitation and its solution, not LMDB, which has had the solution for a long...

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I posted before about design practice for how I would approach building a search engine library. I decided to bite the bullet and actually try to do this. Using Voron, that turned out to be a really simple thing to do. Of course, this doesn’t do a tenth of what Lucene does, but it actually does quite a lot. The code is available here, and I want to emphasize again, this is purely experimental / research project. The entire thing comes to less than 500 lines of code. And it is pretty...

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Update: Forgot to mention - Friday and Monday are Public Holidays here in the UK, so inkeeping with Morning Brew tradition I will be taking those days off, with the next edition being Tuesday 22nd April. Have a good Easter break. Software Announcing Kendo UI Core - Telerik announce the release of Kendo UI [...]

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RavenDB is a server product, as such, we are obvious going to have to talk over the network. That is great, except that it means we need a system wide resource, a TCP port. And that isn’t so great, because it turn out that there are a lot of things that can try to grab a port and use it. And I don’t speak about things like Skype taking over port 80. I’m talking about the use of dynamic or ephemeral ports. That means that during the build, we can have something (for example, Chrome, or DropBox,...

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Software AutoMapper 3.2.0 released - Jimmy Bogard announces the release of AutoMapper 3.2.0, a release containing a number of significant improvements and new features including further improvements toLINQ Queryable extensions, improvements to RverseMap, preconditions on member mappings, and much more Information Heartbleed and static analysis - Eric Lippert discusses static analysis in the context of detecting issues like [...]

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Note: This is done purely as a design practice. We don’t have any current plans to implement this, but I find that it is a good exercise in general. How would I go about building a search engine for RavenDB to replace Lucene. Well, we have Voron as the basis for storage, so from the get go, we have several interesting changes. To start with, we inherit the transactional properties of Voron, but more importantly, we don’t have to do merges, so we don’t have any of those issues. In other...

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Software Azure Updates: Web Sites, VMs, Mobile Services, Notification Hubs, Storage, VNets, Scheduler, AutoScale and More - Scott Guthrie formally announces the latest batch of updates from the Azure Team, including SSL on websites, Chef and Puppet extensions for Virtual Machines, enhancements for Notification Hubs, mobile services, the GA release of Read Access Geo Redundant [...]

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It has been a really busy last 10 days for the Azure team. This blog post quickly recaps a few of the significant enhancements we’ve made.  These include: Web Sites: SSL included, Traffic Manager, Java Support, Basic Tier Virtual Machines: Support for Chef and Puppet extensions, Basic Pricing tier for Compute Instances Virtual Network: General Availability of DynamicRouting VPN Gateways and Point-to-Site VPN Mobile Services: Preview of Visual Studio support for .NET, Azure...

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I’ve been using Lucene for the past six or seven years, and after my last post, I thought it would be a good idea to talk a bit about the kind of things that it isn’t doing well. We’ve been using it extensively in RavenDB for the past 5 years, and I think that I have a pretty good understanding of it. We used to have one of Lucene.NET committers working at Hibernating Rhinos, so I’ve a high level of confidence that I’m not just stupidly not using it properly, too. Probably the part that caused...

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Software A new search experience on the Gallery - Andrew Stanton-Nurse and the NuGet Team discuss their recently deployed improvements to the search experience witih the NuGet Gallery Information Open Source is a thankless job. We do it anyway - Scott Hanselman discusses the many difficulties of the open source community and the types of problems that are [...]

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Lucene is a search engine library, which is great. But as it turns out, there is a lot going on there. After working with it for several years, I can say with confidence that it is a pretty awesome library. But surprisingly, a lot of the effort that went into it doesn’t seem to be talked about / visible to people not trolling through the code. I think that this is a pretty good testament for how successful it is. That, and the fact that it is now the base line against which all other search...

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Software Python Tools for Visual Studio 2.1 Beta - Somasegar announce the release of the Python Tools for Visual Studio 2.1, providing tool for use in Data Science, support for the Bottle and Flask web frameworks, and install support for installing within express editions of Visual Studio. RyuJIT CTP3 minor fix - Kevin Frei highlights a fix [...]

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Software Introducing dotPeek 1.2 Early Access Program - The JetBrains team announce the opening of the Early Access Programme for dotPeek 1.2, the next version of this free .NET Decompiler which includes a number of ReSharper like navigation features. Information Mono and Roslyn - Miguel de Icaza gives a detailed and interesting overview of what the open sourcing [...]

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Information Roslyn (.NET Compiler Platform) should be a Black Box, Roslyn (.NET Compiler Platform) should be a Black Box, Language as Two Parts: Parser and Behavior & Roslyn (.NET Compiler Platform) As Open Source - Kathleen Dollard shares her thoughts on the .NET Compilers and the Roslyn Project, and their new status as open source. Quick [...]

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March 2014Rachel Appel looks at how the Hub project template in Visual Studio works with the Hub control to help you code HTML and XAML Windows Store apps that showcase large amounts of data in an aesthetically pleasing, functional and modern layout.

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This morning we released a massive amount of enhancements to Windows Azure.  Today’s new capabilities and announcements include: ExpressRoute: Dedicated, private, high-throughput network connectivity with on-premises Web Sites: Backup and Restore Support Mobile Services: .NET support, Notification Hub Integration, PhoneGap support HDInsight: Hadoop 2.2 support Management: Co-admin limit increased from 10->200 users Monitoring: Service Outage Notifications Integrated...

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Instrumenting your application code should be one of the key Non-Functional Requirements for consideration while building applications in Azure, specifically if they are multi-tenant SaaS-based applications.

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February 2014Aspect-oriented programming lets you separate the code that’s not directly related to your layers—such as logging, validation or authentication—in different classes. Here, Bruno Sonnino shows how to use the RealProxy class to apply aspects to your code in an easy and flexible way.

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This morning we released another great set of enhancements to Windows Azure.  Today’s new capabilities and announcements include: Web Sites: Staged Publishing Support and Always On Support Monitoring Improvements: Web Sites + SQL Database Alerts Hyper-V Recovery Manager: General Availability Release Mobile Services: Support for SenchaTouch PCI Compliance: Windows Azure Now Validated for PCI DSS Compliance All of these improvements are now available to use immediately (note...

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This morning we released another nice set of enhancements to Windows Azure.  Today’s new capabilities include: Scheduler: New Windows Azure Scheduler Service Storage: New Read-Access Geo Redundant Storage Option Monitoring: Enhancements to Monitoring and Diagnostics for Azure services All of these improvements are now available to use immediately (note that some features are still in preview).  Below are more details about them: Scheduler: New Windows Azure Scheduler Service...

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I’ll be in Ireland and the UK next week presenting at several events.  Below are details on the talks I’ll be doing if you want to come along and hear them: Dublin: Monday Dec 2nd I’m doing two separate free events in Dublin on Monday: Windows Azure and the Cloud at Mon 1-3pm.  This event is free to attend, and I’ll be doing a two hour keynote/overview session on Windows Azure as part of it.  This will be a great talk to attend if you are new to Windows Azure and are interested in...

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This morning we released another great set of enhancements to Windows Azure.  Today’s new capabilities include: BizTalk Services: General Availability Release Traffic Manager: General Availability Release Active Directory: General Availability Release of Application Access Support Mobile Services: Active Directory Support, Xamarin support for iOS and Android with C#, Optimistic concurrency Notification Hubs: Price Reduction + Debug Send Support Web Sites: Diagnostics...

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Two weeks ago we released a giant set of improvements to Windows Azure, as well as a significant update of the Windows Azure SDK. This morning we released another massive set of enhancements to Windows Azure.  Today’s new capabilities include: Storage: Import/Export Hard Disk Drives to your Storage Accounts HDInsight: General Availability of our Hadoop Service in the cloud Virtual Machines: New VM Gallery, ACL support for VIPs Web Sites: WebSocket and Remote Debugging Support ...

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Earlier today I blogged about a big update we made today to Windows Azure, and some of the great new features it provides. Today I’m also excited to also announce the release of the Windows Azure SDK 2.2. Today’s SDK release adds even more great features including: Visual Studio 2013 Support Integrated Windows Azure Sign-In support within Visual Studio Remote Debugging Cloud Services with Visual Studio Firewall Management support within Visual Studio for SQL Databases ...

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This morning we released a huge set of updates to Windows Azure.  These new capabilities include: Backup Services: General Availability of Windows Azure Backup Services Hyper-V Recovery Manager: Public preview of Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager Virtual Machines: Delete Attached Disks, Availability Set Warnings, SQL AlwaysOn Configuration Active Directory: Securely manage hundreds of SaaS applications Enterprise Management: Use Active Directory to Better Manage...

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