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I've been invited to participate in a Microsoft initiative in
which they will sponsor the development of some packages for
Umbraco. These packages will showcase Microsoft technologies and is
part of a wider effort to engage with Open source... functionality around media.As part of this exercise we'll have access to some interesting
Microsoft products, in particular I'll get a chance to work with Silverlight and the expression suite of
products. On a personal note this is also a fantastic opportunity
for me to gain access to some of the Microsoft product teams and
gain some new development skills.We've been asked to blog regularly as part of the project so
you'll see a few posts here in the coming weeks. We've also been
asked to keep
install are key. use master
'C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data\databasename.mdf',
'C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data\databasename_log.ldf'
Next create a file called backup.bat - In this file replace the target of the copy with a path of your choice. I am just copying the files to my SVN repository for a later commit. sqlcmd -ic:backup.sql
copy "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data...|start w3svc. Now you have your SQL server data file detached and copied to a new location. To restore simply create restore.bat. sqlcmd -ic:backup.sql
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server
The video diary below is an update on the Microsoft/Umbraco project I'm taking part in.I keep on referring to Windows Vista ultimate in the video diary instead of windows 7 ultimate - I'd only had one beer - apologies.
If you can spare the time to watch this then there is more swag available. This time the prize is a copy of this book. To enter watch the video and leave a blog comment answering the following question: Which product that is part of website spark seems to have impressed me most?
Winner randomly selected from correct entries :)The last winner is also announced in the video
In the first Umbraco, Microsoft and me blog post I promised Swag, so time to deliver.As part of our commitment to the project we promised to deliver video diaries detailing our experiences of the project. Although this could possibly be the most boring 6 minutes of your life, watching my video diary could win you a copy of Windows 7 Ultimate.
Simply leave a comment below with the answer to the following question: What kind of ring tone does my mobile phone have?
Winner randomly selected from correct entries :)
I recently blogged a screencast which demonstrated integration of Microsoft Workflow foundation into Umbraco. Happily, response was positive and I've had a few questions about when it will be available as a package.To set expectations, the short answer is that it won't.The implementation I put together works well for a client of mine as well as my own site, but the effort involved in documenting and polishing it so that it could be released as a package isn't insignificant.On top of that my prototype is based on workflow foundation 3 and MS have now released version 4. There is no backward compatibility and the new version is for .net 4. When you start to throw past present and future versions of Umbraco into the equation you start to come
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of each blog post
I'll plan to have the site public facing so you can follow my
So before we start the build let's get a development environment
set up. This is really simple as I have the Microsoft
web platform installer and WebMatrix
already on my machine.
Here are the steps:
Umbraco 5 RC 2
Extract to a folder
Right click and choose Open as a website with Microsoft
Click run and choose a browser - in my case Chrome
Access to Microsoft development suite software and server
software (premium editions)
Possibility to learn about Autonomy TeamSite and LiveSite
Some exposure to our business development process - you'll
attend and contribute to client meetings
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use to produce my comments RSS is as follows:
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