Are you awaiting at the right place?


The C# language features async and await are very easy to use, straight forward and available right out of the box in the .NET framework. But it seems the idea behind async & await has some confusions in implementations, especially where you await in the code. The asynchronous feature boasts about the responsiveness, but it... Continue Reading →

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Project Oxford – Behind the scenes of how-old.net


http://www.how-old.net has been trending recently in social media. Simply you can upload a picture in this website and it will detect the faces in the photo and tells you the gender and the age of the person the face belongs to. The site uses Face API behind the scenes, which is available here http://gallery.azureml.net/MachineLearningAPI/b0b2598aa46c4f44a08af8891e415cc7 You... Continue Reading →

How to create a certificate authentication with Azure Management Service


In order to carry out any management tasks in Azure using an agent (Visual Studio or any custom code), it should authenticate itself with Azure. Requests to the Azure Management API should be authenticated using on of the following methods. Active Directory Certificate Authentication This article covers the certificate authentication. Azure Management Service (AMS) APIs... Continue Reading →

Windows Azure Caching


Role Based Caching Windows Azure provides 2 primary role based caching options. Shared caching and Dedicated caching. Shared Caching is defining a portion of the memory of the web or worker role. This does not include additional charges since you’re already paying for the cloud service instance and using the portion of the memory. This... Continue Reading →

ObjectCache – Caching


In the ASP.NET domain all the state mechanisms can be considered as caching, both in the client side (view states, query strings, cookies) and in the server side (application state, session state and the Cache object itself.) You can define the classes and properties as static to get the effective functionality of caching. In ASP.NET... Continue Reading →

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