Using MSMQ for ASP.Net Session State?

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Digging a little into MSMQ and how it can help me with a website tracking mechanism I'm working on, I've come up on an original idea posted by Don Demsak in his blog. Don suggests that when you need to have ASP.Net session state distributed across several web servers, you can possibly use MSMQ subqueues (a new feature in MSMQ 4.0) for storage. That is, ASP.Net could have one logical queue for each session its storing and use that to store the session data in a distributed fashion. This might prove to be faster and more scalable that...
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What is this Twitter thing anyway?

Saturday, May 17, 2008

One sentence answer: You post a short message on twitter, your friends/followers get a real time instant update of what you've written. A little more verbosely: Twitter lets you post short messages to its web service. The messages can say anything, but are limited to 140 characters only. Typically these are updates on where you are, what you're doing, whatever. They can also contain links to things on the web like, for instance, the picture you just took of a huge duck sitting on top of the Tel Aviv Municipality building. You can post these messages...
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Twittering Tech-Ed Eilat 2008

Saturday, April 5, 2008

Just dropping you a note that I will be live blogging Tech-Ed Eilat 2008 on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/urig/ . Photos will go to http://www.flickr.com/photos/urig/* Every few hours I will aggregate my twits into a (hopefully meaningful) blog post here. I'm looking forward to sharing my experience with you and getting feedback here and on Twitter. What's more, it would be great to do the same in real life - If you see me at the event, by all means please come and talk to me. I would love to get to know you personally and...
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