TechEd 2010 Eilat – Great so far

November 29, 2010

 I decided to blog alittle about my ongoing experience here in TechEd Eilat.Yesterday, on day 1, I arrived to Eilat and immediately got the great atmosphere this conference has put out for us.Day 1I attended the evening key-note session and was very impressed by the operation the Microsoft has gathered and pulled it off beautifully. It wasn't hard to see that there was a great investment in this conference, and I'm simply glad.The key-note was refreshing with good entertainment. There wasn't much that came new to me, but it was certainly nice to see how Microsoft sees the next...
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Cost-Oriented Development

November 27, 2010

With the emerging of cloud computing, our perception of software design needs to shift and take account for the affects we need to deal with. The signs are clear, with investments of billions of dollars by leading companies, such as Microsoft, Google, Amazon - Cloud computing is the future of the IT industry and many other specific product companies that can leverage its benefits. If you looked into it, you must know by now – the pricing models for hosting applications in the cloud varies and you can choose from different packages to meet the...
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TechEd Eilat 2010

November 23, 2010

I’d like to thank Michal and Microsoft for sending me to the TechEd in Eilat next week. There are some presentations which seem cool and I’m happy to get the chance to hear them out in person. I plan to blog about interesting sessions, so tune in if you like.
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WCF – TCP with UserNameToken without Message Security

November 7, 2010

There was a project that I assisted with the WCF communications where they needed to allow the client to specify different credentials without being dependent on the windows account. The first thing that comes into mind is to use the UserNameToken technique to pass in the client credentials. The design instructed to use TCP as the transport and not use message security. Obviously, this technique has privacy and integrity issues where there isn’t any encryption nor signing, but that was their decision because it wasn’t an issue in the purpose of the project. Well, this setting isn’t...
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