Category Archives: Computers and Internet

Full Stack with Automated DevOps

A lot has happened with The Ball since the last update in the blog. Massive steps include almost finished Xamarin based mobile client that uses the same web-UI as the web-based instance. The steps also include DevOps on TeamCity that covers … Continue reading

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Migrate Existing ASP.NET MVC Into Massive Azure Scalable

Let me first apologize for yet another quiet season after the vacations. Again the development during July-September scale was massively busy, piloting the strong smart card / certificate authentication as well as authentication support from market leader school system Wilma. … Continue reading

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The Ball Developer APIs CTP Finally Out!

Finally I got everything done and polished for the developer core tooling to go out and demonstrated! It was long due, but we realized STAGING support was so much needed, we had to implement that, and then wanted to finalize … Continue reading

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Datajalostamo, informaatioekosysteemi, Pallo-ekosysteemi

Poiketen blogin kansainvälisestä kohdeyleisöstä ja englanninkielisestä materiaalista tämä posti on suomeksi. Selvyyden vuoksi aloitan määrittelemällä hieman otsikon terminologiaa. Datajalostamo = avoin juuri käyntiin lähtenyt yhteisö, joka pyrkii synnyttämään aidon ja puhtaan liiketoimintaympäristön rahan arvoisen datan jalostusketjussa Informaatioekosysteemi = looginen käyttäjäkohtaisen … Continue reading

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Breaking the Silence – Twice :-)!

I apologize for way, way overdue of status updating the Ball progress in the blog. I’ll remedy that with two major posts – one today and one in next week. First post will be (un)fortunately in Finnish – as it … Continue reading

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Research Study About The Ball

One big thing of the year 2013 for the Ball was the master thesis work around it done by Michael Gurschler. The thesis is the first good neutral conclusion around the Ball – and was quite good perspective for things … Continue reading

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Web site on The Ball on Azure: 99% Cost Consolidation

Yes, the number is correct. No, it’s not 99% more bang for the buck, it’s 99% less of the buck for (actually even better) bang. If you want to have the same number in traditional consolidation ratio let me include … Continue reading

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