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I'm an enthusiastic problem-solver that enjoys working in web and cloud-based solutions.

During the day I am proud to be a member of Solidsoft a small team of development experts who’s specialist focus has been recognised by Microsoft with 5 world wide awards.


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comment Entity Framework and distributed Systems
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about high-level architecture and design. This question may find a better audience at Programmers.StackExchange.com, where they help with the sort of problems you'd solve with a whiteboard, rather than a debugger.
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comment Are there strategies for discovering REST services using HATEOAS?
I think use of content type is the way to go; I could easily change my application to use application/atomapp+xml and make it available for all the clients that already understand this format. There are likely enough well-known content types out there to make this a practical solution.
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comment Is it good practice for Azure applications to self-administrate?
So, do you believe this code should exist separate from the operational application, or existing in a separate "setup" application?
Mar
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comment Is it good practice for Azure applications to self-administrate?
What I mean is: I don't think there's a simpler alternative for Service Bus - you have to write the code. It's only a question of where you put it.
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comment Is it good practice for Azure applications to self-administrate?
In the case of Service Bus constructs and databases, the code to administrate is very simple; the provided APIs make it reasonable to write that code.