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Architects Rule!

Community blog for architects in the Belgium and Luxembourg region moderated by Bart Vande Ghinste, Enterprise Architect for Microsoft Belgium and Luxembourg.

September, 2007

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About Architecture Rule!

The purpose of this blog is to become the Belgian & Luxembourg community blog of people interested in IT architecture in the broad sense of the word and having a particular interest for MS related architectural matters.   Your interaction will be greatly appreciated and I hope to meet a lot of you in person in the months and years to come!

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    The end of the desktop is near?

    SaaS is without discussion a very important trend in the ICT industry. A perception that often is associated to SaaS (fed by a number of bloggers, analysts, reporters, company executives) is that this implies a browser-only interface and hence the days...
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    Microsoft and Sun Expand Strategic Alliance

    Sun to Become Windows Server OEM and Companies to Collaborate on Cross-platform Virtualization Key points: · Sun and Microsoft are announcing that Sun has signed on as a Windows Server OEM, and both companies will collaborate to further enable deployment...
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    MS Belux Program for Aspiring Architects

    We are happy to present you the Belux LEAP program 2007-2008! LEAP started back in 2004 and has been successfully rolled out in a number of European countries. This year, the Belux aspiring architects will also have the opportunity to join this now “tried...
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    Silverlight 1.0 Released and Silverlight for Linux Announced

    Yesterday we released the final version of Silverlight 1.0 on the web. Additionally we also announced that we will work together with Novell (with their Project Mono) to deliver Silverlight support on Linux. Check it out at: Scott Guthrie’s blog post...
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    OBA Application Patterns

    OBA Application patterns describe the breadth of approaches that can be used to extend and integrate LOB systems and Microsoft Office. These application patterns in many cases are based on real-world implementations, and in other cases they are built...
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