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  • Blog Post: Speaking on Mission-Critical Apps at SATURN 2009 (SEI's Architecture Conference) – May 7, Pittsburgh, PA

    Dear Architect, I'll be delivering a session on "Architecting for Highly Available, Scalable, and Reliable Mission-Critical Applications" in the 5th edition of SEI Architecture Technology User Network Conference Hope to see you there Sincerely, Diegum
  • Blog Post: Tech•Ed 2009 North America: Architecture Track Call for Papers

    You are cordially invited to submit a title and abstract for a Breakout Session, Hands-on Lab, Interactive Theater Session, Tech•Ed Online Tech Talk, or Tech•Ed Online Panel Discussion for the Architecture track at Tech•Ed North America 2009. The Architecture [ARC] track has become a key contributor...
  • Blog Post: PDC 2008. Architect's Cut

    Although, except some few, almost all PDC 2008 breakout sessions are available both online or offline (previous download, of course), one may feel that bitter frustration derived from the overwhelming quantity of them Typical questions I ask myself in these emotionally mixed situations are "Wow, what...
  • Blog Post: Application Architecture Guidance 2.0 - Beta 1 Just Released

    Better than just making promises is offering some realities and this is coming real After the auspicious success that the original Application Architecture Guidance (version 1.0) had had, there was a series of books on fine tuning aspects such as security, performance, scalability, smart client internals...
  • Blog Post: Making Room for an Exception

    A new friend I got, J.D. Meier , is leading a project intended to provide renewed Architecture Guidance for the Microsoft platform, and specifically for .NET applications J.D. was compiling input from different sources and launched a web site for his project in CodePlex (a Microsoft portal for community...
  • Blog Post: Rebuilding From the Inside Out: Daneeha's Wrox Book on Refactoring

    “ Premature optimization is the root of all evil. ” -Sir Charles Antony Richard Hoare, a British computer scientist, later paraphrased by Donald Knuth in his book The Art of Computer Programming     Days ago, watching a documentary about the life of South American movie director...
  • Blog Post: TechEd North America 2008: Architects, Don't Miss the Track!!

    So we are just one month apart from the next edition of TechEd North America , to be performed at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando (Florida, USA). This time, beside the typical topics on Architecture we wanted to stare also the architect role (something that it's often not considered but...
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