Writing to an Azure Storage Queue from a Micro Framework device

In my TechEd presention I demoed writing messages into an Azure Storage Queue from a Netduino Plus. I have knocked up a couple of basic NetduinoPlus samples to show how this works. The code was inspired by these articles

http://azurestoragesamples.codeplex.com/
http://soumya.wordpress.com/2010/05/21/azure-simplified-part-5-using-rest-api-for-azure-queue-storage/
http://convective.wordpress.com/2010/08/18/examples-of-the-windows-azure-storage-services-rest-api/
http://brentdacodemonkey.wordpress.com/2009/04/16/azure-storage-%E2%80%93-hands-on-with-queues-part-1/
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/jj190807.aspx

Both versions have a dependency on a third party SHA implementation (I really didn’t want to implement that myself) of which there are several available for the .Net MF. I have used ones from inControl & ElzeKool successfully.

There are two versions, one which has a dependency on the .Net MF Common extensions for basic string manipulation fuinctionality and a low dependency version which uses only what is available in the .Net MF framework.

Code is available from here

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