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Houston TechFest 2013

Houston TechFest 2013 is around the corner. This is a free to the public (except for parking) event with a number of great presentations and exhibits taking place at the Reliant Center on September 28. I will be giving my … Continue reading

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Deep Dive into RavenDB Indexes

Last night, I presented a deep dive session on RavenDB indexes at the Austin .NET User Group. It was a blast as I got to see some familiar faces and was able to engage in some exciting RavenDB discussions. Here … Continue reading

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CQRS and Event Sourcing Resources

At work, an initiative to implement some CQRS style architecture for some of our projects subsystems has begun. We were looking at ways to horizontally scale our system and a colleague suggested that we look at CQRS and Event Sourcing. … Continue reading

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Running Apache Cassandra 0.8.2 on Windows 7

I needed to get Apache Cassandra running locally on my Windows 7 box for development purposes. This post will cover what I did to get it running. Prepare the Run Time Environment Cassandra was developed in Java. This means that … Continue reading

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Two SharePoint 2010 Webinars for Developers

Andrew Connell, a SharePoint MVP, hosted two┬áintroduction to SharePoint 2010 webinars for developers over the last couple of days in conjuction with DevExpress. These were a really good concise introduction to SharePoint development. I would recommend that anyone who is … Continue reading

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