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[UPDATED May 2011]
We have now a much easier way to install and add a reference to AppFabric Client assemblies, using NuGet! :-)
In order to develop against AppFabric Cache, of course, you need to reference its Client-Cache assemblies.
Next Friday (Madrid, May 28th 2010) we’ll deliver a Workshop about Windows Server AppFabric.
There’s no related cost to attend. You can register yourself using this page:
This is the Agenda (9:30 – 14:00):
Currently, when you try to use Entity Framework STE (Self Tracking Entities) and AppFabric-Cache (aka. “Velocity”), you’ll get a runtime error.
I mean, what we’re trying to do is trying to serialize STE objects within AppFabric-Cache. For instance, we could try to execute the following code, using AppFabric Cache API:
REPEATING IT IN BARCELONA!! :-) --> (May 13th 2010)
We really had a lot of requests asking for re-delivering this event in Barcelona. It also was a great success in Madrid last March 24th 2010 (almost 200 attendees and people really liked it). So, there we go, we’ll repeat it in Barcelona!!
On May 13th 2010 we’ll deliver in Barcelona ...