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    Missed the PDC? Catch the content live at the MSDN Developer Conference

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      We’re bringing the PDC to you! For just $99 you’ll get the best of the PDC in your own backyard and hear all of the exciting announcements around the Azure Services Platform, Windows 7 and Visual Studio 2010. Check out the session line up ! Cool...
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    Workshop: Adopting Application Lifecycle Management

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    Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) synchronizes business goals and IT investment priorities, provides valuable insight into the software development lifecycle at each stage of the process, and can enable organizations to get the most value out of...
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    Northeast Roadshow Coming to a Town Near you

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    Chris Bowen and Jim O’Neil will be behind the wheel of the next Northeast Roadshow. I will not be able to take this ride as I am working on a super secret project that you will learn about in about a month! Until then I will be in an undisclosed location...
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    PDC2008 Update

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    The Early Bird Discounts End Soon!! Register Now!! Keynotes have been announced More, More, More PDC Sessions Announced!   The PDC Team has just published over 50 new sessions on their way to over 200 total sessions at the main event in October....
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    ARCast.TV – Mario Cardinal on Layer Module Injection

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    Layer Module Injection is a new pattern to enforce separation of concerns between domain logic and infrastructure services. Mario Cardinal and Joe Shirey will explain why to use abstract classes and interfaces as a means to reduce dependency surface....
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    Microsoft joins OMG and Outlines Modeling Approach

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    Senior Vice President Bob Muglia shares perspective on future of model-driven development and announces Microsoft’s participation in OMG. Microsoft Corp. today outlined its approach for taking modeling into mainstream industry use and announced its membership...
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    Application Architecture Guide 2.0

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    The Microsoft patterns & practices group has released an excellent Knowledge Base for Application Architecture on CodePlex. The App Arch guide provides design-level guidance for the architecture and design of applications built on the .NET Framework...
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    ARCast.TV - Luke Chung on Access Db and Migration Challenges

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    In this interview, Luke Chung , founder and president of FMS , shares his view on Microsoft Access database solutions; where they fit well, what challenges users and developers often face in creating and maintaining them, and how they have evolved from...
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    SharePoint Saturday - March 14th

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    Join SharePoint architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for ‘SharePoint Saturday’ event.  SharePoint Saturday is an educational, informative & lively day filled with sessions...
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    ARCast.TV - Bob Pearson of Dell on The Business of Social Networking

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    When you think of the phrase “Social Computing,” you probably think of teenagers sharing pictures with their BFFs or folks “micro-blogging” on Twitter, but if you think that’s all social computing is all about, you’re...
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    ARCast.TV - Christoph Schittko on the Innovation Framework

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    No matter if you're a developer or an architect, innovation is much more than just writing code for new features. How do you come up with innovative ideas that make your application more competitive and make you stand out as a recognized thought leader...
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    New Blog on Monitoring Distributed Systems

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      My good friend Dhananjay Mahajan has started a new blog where he discuss aspects of application health and new trends in .NET and SOA based architectures. Dhan is an expert in the management and monitoring of applications. Dhan works at Microsoft...
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    MSDN Developer Conference and IASA This Week

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      This is a very exciting week for the developer and architect community here in Boston!   On Wednesday evening the IASA New England Chapter will host Roger Sessions for a discussion on Simple Architectures for Complex Enterprises. Roger Sessions...
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    ARCast.TV – David Platt on Why Software Still Sucks

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    Bob Familiar interviews David Platt , CEO of Rolling Thunder, on why today’s software sucks. There’s no other good way to say it. It’s unsafe, allowing criminal programs to creep through the Internet wires into our very bedrooms. It’s...
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    ARCast.TV - Steve Michelotti of e.imagination on High Performance Web Solutions

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    Dr. Zhiming Xue interviews Steve Michelotti , senior solution architect at e.magination . Steve discusses what his team had to do to build a highly available 64-bit based web solution that supports a demanding service level agreement (SLA): more than...
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    ARCast.TV - The Role of the Architect

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    There are many disciplines that a software architect must master in order to do the job: requirements definition, use cases, modeling, layering, object orientation, service orientation, methodologies, and so on. In addition, as we are typically project...
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    Bing Bling

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    Here is the code to add a simple Bing search box to your web site: <!-- Web search from Bing--> <form method="get" action=" http://www.bing.com/search ">   <table bgcolor="#FFFFFF">    ...
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    Pluralsight On-Demand! New Releases: Silverlight, ASP.NET MVC, BizTalk and more!

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    recently published courses & tutorial modules   Message Transformations Managed Services Engine Fundamentals Author(s): Aaron Skonnard 11/24/2009 [00:44:52] This module discusses how message transformations can be used to overcome common SOA...
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    PDC09 – Session, Video & PPT List by Greg Duncan

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    Greg Duncan has cleverly put together a page that lists the PDC09 sessions with links to videos and PowerPoint's. Way to go Greg!   Technorati Tags: PDC09 , Greg Duncan , Videos , Sessions , PPT , Silverlight , Windows Azure , VS2010    ...
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    Windows Phone 7 Developer and Design Tools Released

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    I am attending MIX10 here in Las Vegas. Scott Guthrie Very exciting announcements around Silverlight 4 and Windows Phone 7 today. Silverlight 4 RC is now available for download and will be released in April. ScottGu showed a lot of applications built...
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    White Paper Published on Multi-core C++ Programming

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    If you are a C++ programmer you will want to download and read this very informative (deep!) white paper on the topic of multi-core programming using C++ published by Charles Leiserson and Ilya Mirman of Cilk Arts .   Technorati Tags: Multicore ...
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    ARCast.TV – Roy Osherove on Test Driven Development

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    Denny Boynton talks to Roy Osherove about what it's like to write tests in the real world where we have lots of dependencies, and how to replace them for testing purposes. They also discuss where a tool like Typemock can come in handy. ARCast.TV - Roy...
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    Simon Guest on Architecture at Microsoft

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    Recently I had the pleasure of interviewing Simon Guest, Senior Director of the Platform Architecture team at Microsoft for Channel 9. We discussed his team, what they do and what content and events we can expect from Microsoft  for the architect...
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    Fastest-Ever Windows HPC Cluster

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    eWeek is reporting: Microsoft’s fastest-yet homegrown supercomputer, running the U.S. company's new Windows HPC Server 2008 , debuted in the top 25 of the world's top 500 fastest supercomputers, as tested and operated by the National Center for Supercomputing...
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    ARCast :: Biff Gaut on the Microsoft Certified Architects Program

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    More than 100 people at Microsoft and from the IT industry in the world today have become Microsoft Certified Architects since the program was launched about two years ago. For people who are interested to become an MCA, they may wonder what it is like...
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