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ASP.NET Bad Practices: What you shouldn’t do in ASP.NET (Part 4)

I’ve so far covered 15 bad practices in the past three posts and I truly hope that all ASP.NET developers be aware of them including the consequences of each. Today, I’ll be covering another 5 as the part four. 16. … Continue reading Continue reading

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ASP.NET Bad Practices: What you shouldn’t do in ASP.NET (Part 3)

Hello everyone! Hope the first and second articles are useful to you. This is third article of ASP.NET Bad Practices: What you shouldn’t do in ASP.NET. The next five bad practices are equally important as those discussed earlier. Some of … Continue reading Continue reading

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ASP.NET Bad Practices: What you shouldn’t do in ASP.NET (Part 2)

This is the second article of ASP.NET Bad Practices: What you shouldn’t do in ASP.NET series of blog post. You may want to take a look at the first article here. Now let’s carry on to discuss the next 5 … Continue reading Continue reading

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ASP.NET Bad Practices: What you shouldn’t do in ASP.NET (Part 1)

I’ve been blogging for Windows Azure stuff for the past 3 years. Nonetheless, I’m still catching up .NET and its family pretty closely. We’ve been listening to the best practices so far from anywhere (such as MSDN, conferences, blogs, etc.). … Continue reading Continue reading

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Singapore Chapter of Global Windows Azure Bootcamp–Recap

27th April 2013 was an awesome day! Why? On that day, we have events for more than 96 locations, 154 speakers, 194 sessions, and 7432 attendees. That’s what we called Global Windows Azure Bootcamp. Cool, isn’t it? We also ran … Continue reading Continue reading

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Windows Azure and Online Gaming

Online Gaming For the last recent years, online gaming industry keeps growing tremendously. The advantages are very obvious: reach more audience lower running cost anytime and anywhere access and so many more People literally port any kind of games to … Continue reading Continue reading

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Invitation: Global Windows Azure Boot Camp, Singapore Chapter

I’m pleased to announce AzureUG.SG (Singapore Windows Azure User Group) is taking part to conduct an Azure Boot Camp in Singapore together with other UG from more than 66+ location world-wide. This’s gonna be an interesting one as we’re all … Continue reading Continue reading

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Preserving Static IP Address in Windows Azure

It is a pretty common practice to use an IP address to provide access on whitelisting service. As an example a trading partner Contoso only allows my company Northwind to access their web service. Only the predefined IP address will … Continue reading Continue reading

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An Awesome Experience in MVP Global Summit 2013

Aha, I’m back to Singapore after a long long flight from Seattle. The trips was actually to attend 2013 MVP Global Summit from Feb 18 – 21 in Redmond and Bellevue. What’s MVP Global Summit? The MVP Global Summit is … Continue reading Continue reading

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Windows Azure Virtual Machine: A look at Windows Azure IaaS Offerings (Part 2)

We’ve seen the basic concept of Azure IaaS in my last article. This article will take a deeper look at how Images and Disks are being used in Windows Azure Virtual Machine. Later in the article I’ll bring you another … Continue reading Continue reading

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