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I am a software engineer working in Atlanta, GA. My experience is primarily in, but not limited to .Net, C#, ASP.NET, BizTalk, SharePoint, SSIS, MS Sql Server 2005/08, Visual Studio 2005/08/10, javascript, XML, etc.

I am currently a consultant working on BizTalk and SharePoint projects, as well as custom .Net and ASP.NET apps.

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comment Should you ever release something that you yourself could hack?
@MasonWheeler I think recent events have made your comment, here from 2012, out of date.
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comment Is Moving Entity Framework objects over a webservice really the best way?
Hey, Kirk, thanks for the response. Yes, it is a specific request coming from the business. I am not sure what the nature of their arrangement with the wireless provider is, however a 30% would make a huge difference in their bill. I did look through the WCF settings and they do look good, there are some workflow issues with he upload client to work out that will save some data, but it is a tough problem, b/c like you said your introducing a lot of risk, and their is no automated testing of this project, not to mention anyone who truly know how it works. Thanks again.
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asked Is Moving Entity Framework objects over a webservice really the best way?
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asked Minimizing data sent over a webservice call on expensive connection
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awarded  Nice Question
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asked What is the difference, if any, between Model and QA environments?
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comment Should you ever release something that you yourself could hack?
Yes, good points about BCCing yourself, also don't take docs home against company policy. But you prob. can keep copies at your desk.
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May
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comment how to handle / architect soa when service becomes unavailable?
What type of outages is Cool.io experiencing? Is it down for a few minutes a few times a day? Does the network just occasionally lag? Does Cool.io have a database routinely goes down and it is returning weird errors every few weeks and is down for hours at a time?
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comment Why does IIS default to Recycling the Application Pool every 1740 minutes?
and now it looks like they ave released another
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comment Why does IIS default to Recycling the Application Pool every 1740 minutes?
+1, but it looks like they've taken down the application warm up module