TweetSharp – .NET library for microblogging, v2.0 not only for ASP.NET developers

TweetSharp is a .NET library for microblogging platforms that allows to write short expressions that convert automatically to web queries and fly to Twitter on your behalf. It covers 100% of the Twitter API and actively keep up with enhancements & changes.

In the begging of February 2011 the new version of TweetSharp was released.

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This is lightweight framework but it’s useful for the .NET developers; Windows Phone 7 mobile development and Mono development. TweetSharp can speed up the development process and designed to be lighter, faster, and more intuitive.

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VPN over IPsec Success Story: Creating a VPN between networks, separated by the internet

SoftElegance has successfully created a VPN (Virtual Private Network) between two networks, separated by the internet, using FreeBSD gateways and over IPsec protocol.

IPsec (Internet Protocol Security) is a protocol suite for securing Internet Protocol (IP) communications by authenticating and encrypting each IP packet of a communication session. IPsec also includes protocols for establishing mutual authentication between agents at the beginning of the session and negotiation of cryptographic keys to be used during the session.

The goal is to set up IPsec using FreeBDS gateways.

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What’s interesting at mvcConf – the Virtual ASP.Net MVC Conference

In several hours the mvcConf will start. It starts at 8AM (CST) or 4PM Kyiv time (UTC+2)

MvcConf is a virtual conference focused on one thing: writing awesome applications on top of the ASP.Net MVC framework. Your brain will explode from taking in so much hard core technical sessions.

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Here is the schedule list that could be interesting for me.

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Microsoft Upstream Reference Architecture review

This week we would like to introduce you the Microsoft Upstream Reference Architecture (MURA). It describes a set of foundational “pillars,” or principles. These govern an architecture structure – a performance-oriented IT infrastructure, providing an enhanced user experience, optimizing a domain-specific infrastructure, creating a rich application platform, and achieving comprehensive interoperability.

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This descriptive approach provides an agreed-upon set of principles to establish consistent performance, while also allowing for flexibility that companies need to innovate and establish competitive differences.

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