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Upgrade SQL Server Assemblies .NET version

Upgrade SQL Server Assemblies .NET version

(This is a personal post, just a reminder) Damn! :/ Each time a new version of .NET Framework is installed (or upgraded) in our SQL Server I need to update some assemblies we’re using in some projects. Related posts HowTo: Send Notifications from SQL Server using SignalR HowTo: Redeploy CLR assemblies to SQL Server (Newtonsoft.Json version … Continue reading

HowTo: Send Notifications from SQL Server using SignalR

HowTo: Send Notifications from SQL Server using SignalR

Overview In our current project we’ve to push some notifications directly from the database server (SQL Server 2014) to different apps. For example, we’ve scheduled some SSIS (SQL Server Integration Services) projects that pre-calculates large amounts of data. And well, should be nice notify all the apps when new data is available without unnecessary round trips to database. And … Continue reading

Global Windows Azure Bootcamp

Global Windows Azure Bootcamp

On April 27, something very cool is happening. A bunch of Windows Azure MVP’s and community activists are organizing a Global Windows Azure Bootcamp. This is a completely free, one-day training event for Windows Azure, all organized by the community, and presented in person all over the World. I’m not sure if this is the … Continue reading

Today’s review – Advanced Installer

Today’s review – Advanced Installer

Hi again guys! :) Today I’d like to tell you why I decided to change my software deployment method. I’ve spent a lot of time in the last days looking for an alternative way to deploy client applications. During this period I’ve tested different options (including the options provided by Microsoft Visual Studio) and finally … Continue reading

Amazing: Awarded MVP of the Year!

Amazing: Awarded MVP of the Year!

Surprised. Puzzled. Amazed. These are the words that define better my current feelings. However, while writing these lines I’m just realizing I have a blissful smile, or maybe just a stupid smile. Why? Because I just received an email from Lisa Feigenbaum (Microsoft Community Program Manager) with this message: “Congratulations on being awarded C# MVP … Continue reading