I actually had to double-check whether it’s really true given all my talks and places where I’ve published articles, but the June 2012 issue of MSDN Magazine is indeed the first of this storied publication in which I have an article. It’s about the “Internet of Things” and an exemplary architecture for how to manage flow from and to large numbers of devices using Service Bus – and the article signals the beginning of an increasingly deeper SB engagement in that space, so I expect things to get significantly easier and supported with better abstractions in the future. The July 2012 issue of MSDN Magazine will feature a follow-up article – with code – that shows how to implement the key parts of this architecture using an actual .NET Micro Framework powered device and an Azure application via the Service Bus.
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