Author Archives: mikediiorio

Azure Facts: Storage Accounts and Blobs

This is the first entry in what will be an ongoing series of posts related to various components and service offerings within Microsoft Azure. The landscape of cloud computing is immense and can be overwhelming to those unfamiliar with the … Continue reading

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Global Azure Bootcamp 2019

It’s that time of year again.  Mark Saturday, April 27, 2019 on your calendars and register to attend a Global Azure Bootcamp event near you.  As of this post, there are 119 confirmed locations hosting events worldwide.  If you have an afternoon … Continue reading

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Configure BizTalk ESB Toolkit 2.2 Management Portal

During my evaluation of BizTalk Server 2013 and the ESB Toolkit 2.2, I ran into an issue running one of my favorite components, the ESB Management Portal. I followed the set of instructions for installing and configuring the portal which … Continue reading

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Stock your reader this Christmas

Packt Publishing is pleased to announce a special eBook offer – “Stock your reader this Christmas!” During this celebration, you can buy two or more Packt eBook’s of your choice for just $5 | €4 | £3 | AUS$5 each. … Continue reading

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Richmond Code Camp

I will be speaking at the Richmond Code Camp on Saturday, October 6, 2012. The event is taking place on the campus of University of Richmond and you can find all of the details for the event here. My presentation … Continue reading

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Packt Publishing reaches 1000 IT titles and celebrates with an open invitation

Birmingham-based IT publisher Packt Publishing is about to publish its 1000th title. Packt books are renowned among developers for being uniquely practical and focused. Packt books cover highly specific tools and technologies which IT professionals might not expect to see … Continue reading

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Book Review: Windows Server AppFabric Cookbook

If you are writing anything more than a basic web service that is hosted on IIS, I highly recommend gaining a firm understanding of Windows Server AppFabric. The recently released Microsoft Windows Server AppFabric Cookbook is the perfect resource to kick-start the learning process for the uninitiated and act as the go-to reference guide for the experienced architect. Continue reading

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