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Microsoft Architecture Journal Issue 18 - Call For Papers

Microsoft Architecture Journal Issue 18 - Call For Papers

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 The 18th issue  of The Architecture Journal will be focused on Green Computing. The ubiquity of technology services is leading to significant energy waste, in a world where increasing energy costs and the need to reduce carbon footprints are becoming an imperative.

We are looking for practitioner experiences and ideas on sustainable  IT environments and solutions, addressing issues such as the following:

  • What are, beyond theory, the actual green technology big bets?
  • What considerations must be taken when building a physical data-center?
  • How do environmental regulations impact architectural decisions?
  • What could you say about Green Business Intelligence? Do you have some pattern for collecting, managing, and enacting environmental data? What are the best BI and data practices for analyzing environmental metrics?
  • From a solution architecture perspective, what are the best practices for reducing environmental impact on business, employees, partners, and customers?
  • Last but not least, are we ready to talk about green application development best practices? Do you know real strategies, patterns to use fewer resources and improve efficiency?

If you have opinions that you would like to share with the architect community on sustainable architectures, here is your chance! Follow the instructions below to send an abstract before the cut-off date and you could see your thoughts and ideas shared with over 62,000 readers, translated in 5 languages, and distributed at multiple conferences around the world!

The cut-off date for abstracts for the next issue is September 10th 2008.  If you are interested in making a submission, here are the details:

How do I make a submission?

To submit an idea for a paper, please send the following:

  • A 2 – 4 paragraph abstract explaining how your paper fits the "Green Computing" theme of the magazine
  • A 1 – 2 paragraph bio
  • A list of previously published articles

Submissions should be made via Email to editors@architecturejournal.net

We receive many submissions for each issue, so we encourage you to put time and thought into the submission.

When will I know whether my submission is accepted?

After the call for papers has ended, you will be notified via Email as to whether your submission was successful or not.

What happens if my submission is accepted?

If accepted, you’ll have between 6 weeks to submit two drafts and a final version of your paper. These dates will be clearly communicated. Your first draft will be reviewed by an editorial board to ensure it is on message for the magazine. Your second draft and final version will be subject to both technical and copy editing.

The magazine is generally available in print and online 4 weeks after final drafts are submitted.

What are the guidelines for papers printed in the Architecture Journal?

We recommend that papers are between 3,500 and 4,500 words in length – although we have accepted shorter and longer papers in the past. The article should be submitted using Microsoft Word. Diagrams should be submitted in either Microsoft Visio or Microsoft PowerPoint, and will be reformatted for the magazine.

Do I still own the work?

Yes. We ask you to sign a release form that gives Microsoft permission to reprint the article, but ownership of the paper remains with you, the author.

Will I get paid for writing?

We do not currently reimburse authors for contributing to the Architecture Journal.

Will I get copies of the magazine as an author?

After printing you’ll be sent 10 copies of the Journal for your own use.  Additional copies can be requested.

Where can I get more information?

Check out this link

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