# Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Lately I’ve been fiddling around with node.js and like it a lot. Since I also like Windows Azure a lot I decided to try some of the samples from the site.

When I tried out the sample from Node.js Web Application using the Windows Azure Table Service it turned out that there were some mistakes in the provided sample code. I gave direct feedback to the people at hand but as long as it’s not updated, or is just not up to all the typing, a working example can be found here. The only thing to do as an extra, I wrote a readme.txt but I know nobody will read it…, so simply create a new storage account. Then copy over the STORAGE ACCOUNT NAME and the PRIMARY ACCESS KEY (both can be found in the modal window that shows when you select a storage account and hit the i manage keys button at the bottom bar) and put these in place of the variables in server.js.

Hint: you can make use of WebMatrix 2 to open the project and run it by hitting F12, after having filled in the needed keys of course. Enjoy!

Grz, Kris.

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# Friday, 15 June 2007

Hi,

just found out about this sample application: .NET StockTrader Sample Application.

This application is an end-to-end sample application for .NET Enterprise Application Server technologies. It is a service-oriented application based on Windows Communication Foundation (.NET 3.0) and ASP.NET, and illustrates many of the .NET enterprise development technologies for building highly scalable, rich "enterprise-connected" applications. It is designed as a benchmark kit to illustrate alternative technologies within .NET and their relative performance. The application offers full interoperability with J2EE and IBM WebSphere's Trade 6.1 sample application. As such, the application offers an excellent opportunity for developers to learn about .NET and building interoperable, service-oriented applications.

Since the weather in Belgium isn't that great at the moment I think I know what I'll be checking out the next week.

Grz, Kris.

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