Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

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June, 2006

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    Gartner EA Summit Day One

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    I'm in sunny San Diego for the Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit . I'm presenting a sponsor session and case study tomorrow (MSFT is a platinum sponsor for the event) but I came in yesterday so I could attend a few sessions, meet a few customers...
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    Alpha Release of Ruby.NET

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    I'm not sure what a "Preliminary Beta" is but QIT has released a one for their Ruby.NET compiler . They expect to achieve "full semantic compatibility" (can you tell this is an acidemic project?) by the end of the year. Thanks to David Ing for the link...
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    Moving On...

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    It's not the biggest job change news this week (or the day ), but after three years on Architecture Strategy and six years total as an evangelist, I'm moving on to a new role. After six years, I decided it was time for me to put my money where my mouth...
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    June DSL CTP

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    Congrats to the team for their latest version of the DSL Toolkit , integrated into the June CTP of the VS SDK . According to the published product plans of the VS SDK, they're suppoesd to ship their next release - including the final DSL toolkit - next...
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    Thinking About Object Models

    I'm doing some experiments with Amazon's S3 Service. Very cool service, I might add. Anyway, the sample C# REST code basically wraps the network requests with a single connection class that has individual methods for each type of service interaction ...
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