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iControl isn’t just SOAP anymore… No, iControl isn’t getting lazy. While taking it easy is an important part of life, I’m talking about the other kind of REST. REST, or “REpresentational State Transfer” for you technically inclined, is a style of architectural principals with which you can design web services that focus on a system’s resources. It also defines how resource states are addressed and transferred over the ne... Note: As of 11.4, WebAccelerator is now a part of BIG-IP Application Acceleration Manager. This is article nine of ten in a series on DevCentral’s implementation of WebAccelerator. Joe Pruitt - PowerShell ABCs Joe Pruitt - PowerShell ABCs
Introducing WCF WebHttp Services in .NET 4 - The .NET Endpoint This is a great series and gave me a great jump start on building a WCF REST service. I just wanted to post a few gotchas that I encountered when deploying to IIS 6. These mostly pertain to using routes (no svc file) so if you're using a svc these may not apply. 1. If you use routes you won't have an extension so you need to use a wildcard application map. - IMPORTANT: Make sure you select the 4 version of the aspnet_isapi.dll Introducing WCF WebHttp Services in .NET 4 - The .NET Endpoint
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Hate Add-Member? (PowerShell's Adaptive Type System to the Rescue) - Windows PowerShell Blog Hate Add-Member? (PowerShell's Adaptive Type System to the Rescue) - Windows PowerShell Blog Do you hate Add-Member as much as I do? Wait - maybe you aren't familiar with Add-Member or the glory of PowerShell's Adaptive Type System. (ATS). When I looked at the .NET type system, my reaction was "....almost".

pinvoke.net: the interop wiki!

Type a page name and press Enter. You'll jump to the page if it exists, or you can create it if it doesn't. To create a page in a module other than misc, prefix the name with the module name and a period. pinvoke.net: the interop wiki!
Updated: January 2011 Topics in this section describe the purpose of Team Foundation version control commands and provide usage examples. For more information about how to perform specific tasks from the command line, see Command-Line Syntax (Version Control). The tf command-line utility is located in <drive>:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE and is available from the Visual Studio 2010 Command Prompt. For descriptions of Team Foundation version control commands that provide additional information about the items in your repository and the workspaces that map to it, see Informational Commands. Tf Command-Line Utility Commands Tf Command-Line Utility Commands

Threading in C# - Free E-book

Threading in C# - Free E-book Threading in C# Joseph Albahari Last updated: 2011-4-27 Translations: Chinese | Czech | Persian | Russian | Japanese