About

Writing for others but also just for myself. Sharing (not always) the bright side of technology. Hoping to bring some joy or to save some sweat.

About myself: A dev on the SignalR team at Microsoft. Used to work on the EntityFramework team, WCF Data Services team and the managed Xml team. Continously impressed by people.

Pawel Kadluczka

20 thoughts on “About

  1. John Wick says:

    Might I ask you to look at my question on StackOverflow?
    MVC EF Insert bitmap into table

    You answered a similar question and mentioned a bytemap array but did not provide any code. I think I need to use memorystream, but I’m too much of a beginner in EF to to implement the concept.
    Thanks JW

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  2. Brett Caswell says:

    I don’t follow too many bloggers, but I’m finding your interests interesting.. That’s a nice association of developer changing, development projects you have going there.. I’m going to have to look into SignalR a bit more.. my impression was it was kind of a branding to websockets and leveraged legacy support for incompatible devices .. but my impression of EntityFramework wasn’t entirely accurate, so there’s probably more going on there then I know.. looking forward to reviewing your past and latest articles over the coming week(s)..

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    • moozzyk says:

      Thanks for the kind words. Seems like your preception of SignalR is not entirely accurate but if you play with it a little bit you should get on track pretty quickly 😉

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  3. Jack Whitehouse says:

    do you have a simple example of your signalR client receiving a broadcast from the server? there isn’t much documentation at https://github.com/aspnet/SignalR-Client-Cpp/ and I haven’t been able to find much online. The test classes seem to use hard-coded responses instead of connecting to a live server

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    • moozzyk says:

      For persistent connection (the connection class) use the message_received callback. For hubs API (the hub_comnection class) create a hub_proxy for your hub and use the on callback. I am going to write a blog post about the SignalR native client soon. Stay tuned.

      Pawel

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  4. samane says:

    Mr pawel ,i have a problem in visual studio 2013, exactly like http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19791278/error-when-generating-database-from-model-in-visual-studio-2013 , and i think that you can help me (i hope you do that ) please help me if you can 🙂 thanks : saman9452@gmail.com

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  5. fofo says:

    Hello, can you write a short blog post on how to use the EF 6.0 level 2 cache in a web forms project that uses Ef 6.0 database first ?

    thank you

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  6. shakezilla says:

    Hi, I am really interested in DNX .NET, the github repo is huge. What is a good place to start learning the code? I just need a few pointers to get going, Thanks!

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    • moozzyk says:

      Honestly, I don’t think you are really interested in DNX per se. What’t in the DNX repo is infrastructure for running ASP.NET v5 applications. To get started I would recommend watching https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2015/2-726 and https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2015/2-687. Then I would try building a simple command line and, then, an ASP.NET application. If I am mistaken and you are really interested in DNX create a simple command line application, start it from command line using the --debug option (i.e. dnx --debug . run) attach a debugger (note you will need VS 2015 and also if you want to see the full stack (i.e. native and managed frames) you would need to select native and .NET code type when attaching to the process) and inspect the stack. Next do the same but set a breakpoint in the dnx.cpp and debug all the way up to your app. As I said, I don’t think this is what you are really interested in because you don’t really need to know how we start CLR or CoreCLR to successfully write ASP.NET 5 apps.

      Thanks,
      Pawel

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  7. Elsie Zhou says:

    Hello! Do you interested in writing a review for Nextion TFT HMI Display
    (http://wiki.iteadstudio.com/Nextion_HMI_Solution)? If you do, I can send you samples. Contact me if you are interested.

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    • moozzyk says:

      Hi Elsie,

      Thanks for contacting me. I would like to know what your expectations are. I typically don’t do reviews but rather I do tutorials showing how to use the given component/circuit board. I quickly look at the display you offer and I think it would be interesting to make it work on Windows 10 IoT (Raspberry Pi2) – if it is possible at all.

      Thanks,
      Pawel

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  8. Dmitry says:

    Hi Pawel,

    Is there a way of scaling SignalR by using Service Bus for Windows Server (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn659461.aspx) as a backbone?

    Regards,
    Dmitry

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  9. Hovhannes says:

    Hi Pawel,

    Thanks for your blog posts on Signalr Core topic. They’re quiet interesting and helpful.

    Are you planning to continue the series with new updates?

    Regards,
    Hovhannes.

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    • moozzyk says:

      Hi Hovhannes,

      I am glad you like the series. I am planning to write at least one more post but am waiting for the things to get a little bit more stable.

      Thanks,
      Pawel

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