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TITLESteve Gillmor may be crazy - but he's my kind of crazy!
DESCRIPTIONGo Steve go! More stream of consciousness "connecting the dots please". I am totally a believer in his "RSS, blog and user created cool stuff" vision and I have been loving his recent blog posts. The same thing that the mainframe people said about PCs is what many are saying about RSS, blogs, an...
SUMMARY just a fad, etc.). From Blogosfear.: QUOTESo follow my what passes for logic: If the New York freakin' Times can connect the dots between James Agee, Tom Wolfe, Hunter Thompson and Brian Hurricane Williams, then I can do the same with Bosworth, Lukovsky, Jeff Jarvis, Halley Suitt, Chris Pirillo, and the Scoblelizer Bunny, for starters. As Letterman says, waddya want for free. Don't like it, don't read it. Unsubscribe, please. Feel free to blame me.UNQUOT...

TITLEScott Bellware blogs about Borland presentation in Austin
DESCRIPTION "Chris Patterson from Borland gave a presentation at the Austin .NET User Group last night. I must say, Im simply blown away with how much value Borland is delivering with this release." "Thanks Borland! You guys really get it!" Scott's blog (a must read) Thanks for having us, Scott! ...
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TITLETechEd: Friday 1:00pm, N220A, "Optimizing Scalability and Performance ..."
DESCRIPTION I'm currently applying some final tweaks to my demos for tomorrow's Tech*Ed session on application optimization. I have structured the talk around some of the most common and critical scenarios which I have encountered during reviews and troubleshooting sessions for several customers in the las...
SUMMARYonstrate these performance and scalability issues, I will show you the tools and techniques I use to pinpoint, isolate and eliminate bottlenecks like these. In addition, I will talk about some of the darker areas of the HTTP protocol and how to re-configure your .NET application to avoid being trapped by the fact that HTTP has not really been designed for some of the most common Web services scenarios. I like to call it a "sharing the trade secrets"-kind-of-session. It's going to be fun! CSI448 - Optimizing Scalabilty, Performance and Availability with Sy...


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