Tag : .NET

Written on Feb, 13, 2013 by in , , | Leave a comment

On February 20, at the Chicago .NET User Group, Mark Melsa will present SignalR, a technology from Microsoft that allows Server-based processes to push content to clients in real time.  Location:  CNUG, Microsoft Downers Grove, 3025 Highland Parkway, Downers Grove, IL Registration: free; click here to register. Abstract:  SignalR is a new technology allowing for “real-time” web based functionality without having to …

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Written on Oct, 12, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

Join BlueMetal in experiencing the content of Tech Ed without the travel and expense!  Microsoft will be hosting local one-day sessions to review key content from this year’s Tech-Ed.  Click on the following links to register for one of the sessions: Waltham, MA – October 26th Farmington, CT – October 27th The following three tracks will be available: Track 1: …

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Written on May, 01, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

BlueMetal Architects is a new company focused on helping organizations leverage their intellectual property through products and services. We are not a typical IT consultancy; consultants at BlueMetal Architects are expected and encouraged to develop and incubate ideas for new software products, and are given incentive to do so. We are looking for top-notch software architects and developers to join …

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Written on Apr, 26, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is the easiest and most robust way to produce and consume Web services on the Microsoft platform. Essential WCF, published in 2008, is one of the top selling books on the topic. The authors approach each subject with practical advice and present best practices, tips, and tricks for solving problems. This book provides the in-depth technical knowledge you …

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Written on Apr, 26, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

Director of Cloud Platforms for BlueMetal Architects, Rob Daigneau speaks on the power of custom Interceptors to alter the default behaviors of services and techniques.

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