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Hands on leader, developer, architect specializing in the design and delivery of distributed systems in lean, agile environments with an emphasis in continuous improvement across people, process and technology. Speaker and published author with 18 years' experience leading the delivery of large and/or complex, high-impact distributed solutions in Retail, Intelligent Transportation, and Gaming & Hospitality.

I'm currently a Principal Engineer at Amazon, within the North America Consumer organization leading our global listings strategy that enable bulk and non-bulk listing experiences for our WW Selling Partners via apps, devices and APIs.

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Real-Time Web Apps Made Easy with WebSockets in .NET 4.5

 

My new article on WebSockets has been published in the Sept/Oct issue of CODE Magazine: http://www.code-magazine.com/Article.aspx?quickid=1210051


The article includes many of the samples and concepts I’ve presented in my recent DevConnections and That Conference talks including using Node.js as simple alternative to ASP.NET/WCF 4.5. In fact, I plan to update all of the samples to run in Windows Azure Compute Services (Worker Role) as soon as Server 2012/.NET 4.5 is rolled out to Windows Azure Compute Services and hopefully show at Desert Code Camp in November.

BTW, if you run a user group or involved in a code camp or other event and would be interested in passing out some complimentary copies of CODE magazine, please let me know and I'll get you hooked up with the right folks.

As always, appreciate any comments/feedback you might have.

Print | posted on Monday, September 10, 2012 11:43 AM | Filed Under [ WebSockets ]

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