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Musings from David Chou - Architect, Microsoft

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  • Blog Post: Rise of the Cloud Ecosystems

    I had the opportunity to participate at this year’s CloudConnect conference, with my session on Building Highly Scalable Applications on Windows Azure , which is mostly an update from my earlier presentations at JavaOne and Cloud Computing Expo. I was pleased to learn that the cloud-optimized design...
  • Blog Post: Applied Architecture Patterns on the Microsoft Platform

    Just saw a friend, Richard Seroter the “Architect Extraordinaire”, publish a new book from Packt – Applied Architecture Patterns on the Microsoft Platform ; his second book after SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009 . Even though technical books usually don’t make it onto NY Times Best Sellers and that...
  • Blog Post: Designing for Cloud-Optimized Architecture

    I wanted to take the opportunity and talk about the cloud-optimized architecture, the implementation model instead of the popular perceptions around leveraging cloud computing as a deployment model. This is because, while cloud platforms like Windows Azure can run a variety of workloads, including many...
  • Blog Post: SOA with .NET and Windows Azure

    Yes that is a book and it is now available! http://soabooks.com/net http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0131582313 http://www.informit.com/store/product.aspx?isbn=0131582313 I had the privilege to participate as a member of a very esteemed and talented authoring team for this book that includes Thomas Erl...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Computing and the Microsoft Platform

    It has been a couple of months since I wrote about cloud computing and Microsoft’s plans and strategies . Now that Azure Services Platform has been unveiled at PDC2008 , and after having the opportunities to discuss it with a community of architects from major enterprises and startups via the Architect...
  • Blog Post: Architect Council - Mountain View 2008.11.18

    Here are the content for the Architect Council event at Microsoft's Mountain View campus on Tuesday, November 18, 2008. We would like to thank everyone who made the time to attend, and sharing your feedback. We appreciate the kind comments, as well as areas we need to improve upon. If you have any further...
  • Blog Post: PDC2008 - A Futures Look at the Microsoft Platform

    Microsoft's Professional Developer Conference (October 27-30, 2008) is coming to the Los Angeles Convention Center again! 2005 was the last time PDC was held, also in LA. That event unveiled the pieces that make up of what we know today as .NET Framework 3.0, as well as Windows Vista, Windows Server...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Implementing Software Plus Services

    Microsoft has been talking about "Software + Services" (S+S) as its vision of the future for a while now (see related posts on S+S: Microsoft Platform Overview & Talking about Software Plus Services ). People like Bill Gates and Ray Ozzie often talk about the applicable patterns and trends that exemplify...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Platform Overview

    I also had the privilege of speaking at the South Bay .NET User Group , at their April monthly meeting, held at the Honda Motors U.S. headquarters campus in Torrance, CA. The topic of this presentation was an overview of the neat and new things on the broad Microsoft platform, to help distill an understanding...
  • Blog Post: 2007.12.04 MSDN PowerSeries Event in Irvine, CA

    I had the opportunity to present at the MSDN PowerSeries event in Irvine, on Software + Services, Windows Live Platform, and the Office Platform. It was a tough act to follow after Lynn Langit's morning session, but the audience was great and allowed me to talk about these topics at an architecture level...
  • Blog Post: Describing Web Platform Stack

    Context In an earlier blog post I talked about "Web as a Platform" (in Web 2.0's context) and briefly described a layered and componentized perspective in looking at the Web platform in general. And I thought it would be more clarifying to illustrate what a Web platform stack might look like...
  • Blog Post: Popfly as a Web Platform

    Primer Microsoft Popfly ( www.popfly.com ), currently in beta since October 2007, is a web site and tool to help people create and share web sites, mashups, and other kinds of experiences. This service, in my opinion, is a really interesting and innovative product Microsoft has delivered this year. From...
  • Blog Post: Web 2.0 - A Platform Perspective

    Background & Primer "Web as a Platform" has been a much discussed topic since Tim O'Reilly used it as a tagline in the first Web 2.0 conference back in October of 2004, then described in more detail in a 2005 article , and the subsequent " Mind Map " graphic: Since then many interpretations...
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