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Using WAWS for Tenant Isolation

Rainer Stropek Thursday, February 21, 2013 by Rainer Stropek

I had the chance to do two sessions at Microsoft MVP Summit 2013 in Redmond/Bellevue. In this blog article I share the thoughts + code of my second talk about Windows Azure Websites.

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I had the opportunity to do two sessions at MVP Summit 2013 in Redmond/Bellevue. The first one covered TypeScript. In this blog article I summarize my main points and share the demo code.

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Time cockpit can assist you in keeping track of your phone calls. By using two simple and free apps you can set up automatic synchronization from your Android phone, to cloud storage, to your desktop and into time cockpit.

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Recently, a customer asked us how to book compensatory time off in the time sheet calendar of time cockpit without affecting a users actual hours of work. Here is what we came up with...

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Month by month we portray customers who successfully use time cockpit for managing their services business. For our initial newsletter in 2013 we decided to write about how we use time cockpit for our own consulting business.

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If you introduce time tracking in your company you usually want to accomplish certain goals. You might want get more insight into how you spend your time to increase productivity, or maybe you want to monitor the progress of your projects. If you work in a service company, you know that time tracking is important because it is a fundamental part of your billing and calculation processes. Working without time tracking would be like flying blind without instruments. Integrating your time tracking tool with a dedicated invoicing service reduces the number of mistakes and frees you from unnecessary administrative work. In this article you will learn what time cockpit offers for invoicing out of the box and how you can easily integrate it with the online billing system billomat.

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In September 2012 I did a session on Microsoft Windows Azure's Table Storage at the Professional .NET 2012 Community Conference in Vienna. In this blog post I would like to publish the video of the talk as well as the sample code I presented during the session.

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It is easy to create small scripts to automate tasks or extend time cockpit's functionality. When the requirements and scripts grow more complex step-debugging and a REPL are desirable features we do not (yet) provide within time cockpit. This post shows how these features can be set up using Visual Studio or other development environments.

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Data Bars in Lists

Karin Huber Thursday, November 29, 2012 by Karin Huber

In our next version we will add a new column types for bars to lists. We will support three different types of bars: DataBar, StackedDataBar and BulletGraph.

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Windows Azure Websites (WAWS) is a great PaaS service in Microsoft's Cloud Computing platform Windows Azure. It makes it very easy to create, run, and scale web sites or web APIs. The new Team Foundation Services integrate perfectly with WAWS and make it possible to setup a continuous integration environment in the cloud within minutes.

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