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  • Blog Post: Tim O'Reilley: "one of the motivations to share -- the necessity of giving a copy of your source code (...) -- is truly gone"

    Tim O'Reilley comes back to some interesting facts about Open Source software, software distribution and Web 2.0 considerations. He's saying: " one of the motivations to share -- the necessity of giving a copy of the source in order to let someone run your program -- is truly gone. Not only is it...
  • Blog Post: Office System and Architecture concerns

    It's this time in the year where plenty of things have to be talked about with the managers. It's my responsability to inform, train, help and lead Architects and Architect thoughts in Belgium. So, while organizing next year, my manager came to me and wondered if 2007 Office System potentially could...
  • Blog Post: Let's define what an IT Architect is

    Hans Hantson , a friend of mine, recently expressed his vision and understanding about what an IT Architect really is. This is indeed subject to very many discussions and, in order to address that, Microsoft has tried to consolidate this understanding and has created a website that defines what an...
  • Blog Post: Industrial Strength SOA Workshop registrations are OPEN

    As announced in a previous Blog entry , the Industrial Strenght SOA Workshop will take place on Feb 22nd, 23rd and 24th in Brussels. All the details can be found on this site . Registrations are now open ... and limited!!! ;-) This is available to international attendees too. Looking forward to spending...
  • Blog Post: Belgium: Industrial Strength SOA Workshop ...

    Hi guys, I'm currently preparing a very specific event about " Industrial Strength SOA Workshop ". This worshop is the result of the collaboration between Newtelligence and Microsoft EMEA, and will take place only in 4 countries in the whole EMEA region. The speakers will be Clemens Vasters and a colleague...
  • Blog Post: Javapolis was great

    Hi all, It's been a long time since my last post. I've been pretty busy those days and, on top of that, I decided to spend some time off with my family. That does not happen that often, so I try to make that a quality time. Anyway, Javapolis was a real success. It's been a great conference and I must...
  • Blog Post: .NET and J2EE Interop: Speaking at Javapolis in December 2004

    I've been invited as a speaker at Javapolis . The subject will be "Interoperability between the Microsoft Platform and the Java Platforms" . You can get the session details here . For the PPT's, you'll have to come! ;-) The content of this presentation will mainly come from the work my colleague Simon...
  • Blog Post: Strategic Architect Forum is now over ...

    The Worldwide Strategic Architect Forum has come to an end. If I have to summarize what has been shown and said, I'd say one word: Waouw! The keynotes: Day 1 Modeling for Connected Systems by Norm Judah . Well, I think that no one can doubt about it: not only is Norm an amazing speaker but he is also...
  • Blog Post: Software factories ...

    I'm currently in Redmond, ready to attend the Strategic Architect Forum . Yesterday, we had a chat with Jack Greenfield, co-author of the "Software Factories" book. I must admit that the maturity and the understanding those guys have about sofware production and design is just amazing. They have used...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Yokohama has been great and a nice experience

    As I said earlier in my blog , I had the opportunity to speak at TechEd Yokohama. This was my first time in the far east and my first contact with the Japanese people in their own country. First of all, I felt ... lost! Actually, very few of them can speak english. This was very surprising to me since...
  • Blog Post: Tech'Ed 2004 - Yokohama - Conceptual Approach to Application and Platform Interoperability

    I must admit this is absolutely great: I've been invited to Tech'Ed 2004 in Yokohama in Japan by my colleague Masashi. The subject I'll be presenting will be " Conceptual Approach to Application and Platform Interoperability ". Simon has done a superb job focusing on the interop possibilities that exist...
  • Blog Post: About backward compatibility of XP SP2: Life has changed ...

    I read a lot of comments about the backward compatibility "issues" of Windows XP SP2 and I understand that this could be quite frustrating that an application does not run the way it always did but let me try telling why by using a real life example, not related to IT at all. I'm living in a very peaceful...
  • Blog Post: Architect Journal #3 has been posted

    Hi all, this is great Architect information ... thanks to our friend Arvindra
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