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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Patterns & Practices: Composite Application Guidance for WPF

    I'm sure many of you have seen Microsoft's Patterns & Practices website and I'll bet a large number of you have read the best practices guidance there and used the application blocks available there. Well, a new guidance stream is available on the site, this one specific to providing prescriptive...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 Shell

    At TechEd, we made some important announcements such as the naming of the next version of Visual Studio ( Visual Studio 2008 - formerly Visual Studio Codenamed "Orcas") and SQL Server 2008 (formerly Codenamed "Katmai"). Another announcement we made was the Visual Studio 2008 Shell , an environment where...
  • Blog Post: Office Webcast Series - Introduction & Resources

    Tonight, we will be presenting the introduction to our Office 2007 Webcast Series. If you haven't signed up for it already, here is the link to the main event page . At many webcasts and live events, you usually get a slide at the end with a link dump of a million resources. Rather than provide a slide...
  • Blog Post: Michael Amanfi on Windows Workflow Foundation and Team Workflow

    Yesterday, I had the opportunity to chat with Michael Amanfi on the roof of my building about his work with Windows Workflow Foundation and specifically, his community project called Team Workflow - a workflow authoring and process automation tool built on Windows Workflow Foundation to help teams create...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics Screencasts

    A little while back, I blogged about composite applications (aka application "mashups") - how important it is to think about the components of your applications, and how to use existing frameworks as a shortcut to reach business goals. For example, does it make sense to build ERP (Enterprise Resource...
  • Blog Post: Composite Applications and the 2007 Unify Tour

    Before I joined Microsoft, I was a developer consultant. In that context, when you get hired on to do projects you try to find the easiest and most cost effective way to solve problems. At first, I used to build everything from scratch - if the client wanted a Point of Sale (POS) application, I'd write...
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