Scott Seely

  • Talking about REST

    Mark and Clark over at developersmackdown.com just published ‘my’ show: http://developersmackdown.com/archives/SingleShow/30 . We spent time talking about REST and SOAP as well as a number of other topics related to REST. One of the things...
  • Versioning REST Services

    I’ve always been intrigued by the versioning problem. The versioning problem works like this: you build an API (Application Programming Interface) to get some work done. That API is successful and consumers ask for enhancements to the API. At this...
  • Incorporating Video into a Silverlight 4 Application

    Over the past week, I spent some time with Silverlight 4. I’m really impressed by how easy it is to incorporate video into an application. This post shows how to capture video from the camera and display the video on the screen. The post also handles...
  • Unit Tests in F#

    In the F# community, I have seen a lot of talk about how cool functional programming is, how to use continuations, monads, and so on. I haven’t seen much about using F# for unit testing how to unit test F# code. I’ve been particularly interested in unit...
  • Greatest Prime Factor in F#

    Today I was reading an article in The Onion, Conquerors You May Have Missed , and noticed that the number for the ant looked like it might be a big old prime, or at least have a large prime divisor. (For reference, the ant is # 43,168,974,563,247.) There...
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  • Developer Smackdown show

    I was recently on the Developer Smackdown podcast with Clark Sell, Mark Nichols, and Glenn Block. We spent an hour talking REST and WCF over at MIX. The show came out really good! Thanks for having me on again, Clark! Check out show #47: http://developersmackdown...
  • More with Discovery, Day 4

    Previously, we looked at configuring discovery on the server. What about the client? To discover from the client, we use a class named DiscoveryClient. DiscoveryClient implements the WS-Discovery protocol. Discovery is typically done over UDP because...
  • Project Phoenix

    The current economic condition is hitting everyone pretty hard, even developers. For developers, part of the challenge in finding that next job is having the right, up to date skills. To help folks get those skills, Arnie Rowland and a number of other...
  • New F#/WCF Article up at InformIT

    My article on programming REST services with F# and WCF went up at InformIT. Please go read it! http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=1394625
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  • Visual Studio 2010 Beta-->RC install and ASP.NET

    I installed the VS 2010 RC last night, after uninstalling the VS 2010 Beta. If you see that ASP.NET isn’t coming up/working on your machine, you may need to remap the ASP.NET handlers into IIS. To do that, go to the Microsoft.NET 4.0 folder on your...
  • More with Discovery, Day 3

    By now, you might be wondering where a person would actually use discovery. A common case would be allowing two processes on the same machine to find each other and allow for dynamic naming of all endpoints (such as using GUIDs in the URLs). This could...
  • Slides and Code from Chicago Alt.NET meeting

    I want to say thanks to everyone who came out to watch me speak about OpenSocial at the Chicago Alt.NET meeting. Thanks for inviting me to present and for making the time so enjoyable. I’ve posted the slides and the code for the Canvas page here .
  • Speaking at Chicago Architects Group May 18

    I’ll be speaking at the Chicago Architects Group on May 18 over at the ITA (next to Union Station in Chicago- corner of Adams and Wacker). My topic is Azure for Architects. In this talk, I go over how to look at and use Azure from a software architecture...
  • Iowa Code Camp November 2009 Slides Up

    I want to send out a big thank you to the team who put together the Iowa Code Camp . You people did an awesome job!!! I had a great time giving my talks and really enjoyed hanging out with the crowd in Iowa. For those of you who attended my talks, or...
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  • Lambdas aren’t just for managed code

    A long time ago, I was a C++ developer. I actually thought of myself as a pretty darn good C++ developer and got way too excited when I finally got to meet folks like Scott Meyers and actually landed a job working with Bobby Schmidt—same team on MSDN...
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