64GB RAM, no partitioning, no AlwaysOn Availability Groups, no encryption – what’s a DBA to do? Brent Ozar gives you a few easy workarounds around SQL Server Standard Edition limits.
Since the introduction of lambda expressions in C#, we have had two different style of programming. Yet, programmers used to the habitual style often find it easy to fall back on those old practices. In this presentation we will take a number of common tasks we code in C#, discuss the downsides of the habitual […]
Implementing claims-based solutions in your organization for authentication and authorization is now easier than ever before. Microsoft technologies including Active Directory Federation Services and Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) make it possible to quickly add claims-based identity solutions into your existing active directory infrastructure.
Windows Phone 8.1 is out, and the stand-out new feature is convergence of the Windows and Windows Phone platform, making it easy to build universal apps that run on both platforms. But that’s not all! There are loads of new APIs that enrich the phone platform, lots of new platform features such as new Background […]
Now that we can declare dynamic objects in C#, how should we define our APIs? Typed, dynamic, mixed? In this session we will learn that sometimes it’s useful to create an API in two incarnations: as strong typed and dynamic one.
SQL Server database is great for a lot of uses, but not every application design pattern shows off SQL Server’s best side. Learn about the pitfalls of linked servers, replication, queues in the database, and more.
Today’s major .NET languages allow developers to use functional programming techniques that can reach far outside the realm of traditional imperative and object-oriented programming.