Monthly Archives: December 2008

Got me a new mule

I’ve finally made the move from 32 bit to 64 bit.  My old P4 mule is hopelessly outclassed and under resourced.  Being built as we speak my new mule comes complete with 64 bit Intel Q9550 Quad, 8GB of Kingstons … Continue reading

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.NET Developer Tools

Just a few handy tools I use in my day to day activities in the .NET space.  Posted more for my future reference than anything!   Process Explorer FXCop .NET Reflector Process Monitor

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Apache 2.2 and ASP.NET

Alright, so we’ve proved we can run Apache on XP home edition and hit html pages.  Now for something cool!  Lets get ASP.NET up and running with Apache 2.2.  I’ll presume you have the .NET framework and Apache already installed.  … Continue reading

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Windows XP Home Edition Web Server

I made my little XP home edition desktop into an apache web server in all of five minutes this afternoon.  Download Apache 2.2 and install it.  Now browse to http://localhost/index.html to test the server.  Drop some more html into the … Continue reading

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BizTalk Server 2009 Public Beta

Just as exciting is the public release of BizTalk Server 2009 beta.  BizTalk Server Team Blog.  Download a copy from MS Connect.

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ESBG 2.0 CTP Public Release!

Exciting days for BizTalkers!  ESB Guidance 2.0 CTP

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Azure Beta Access Granted

MS Connect finally granted me access to the Azure beta program.  I’m looking to kick off a research project involving a scenario with BizTalk Server interacting with .NET Services.  The whole extending the service bus outside the enterprise concept.  Just … Continue reading

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