Eugenio Pace

Preparing to be wrong

May, 2005

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About Eugenio Pace - Software as a Service Architecture Guidance

Welcome to my blog. I work in the Software and Services group in Microsoft Architecture Strategy team. Our goal is to develop architecture guidance to help ISVs, Hosters and Companies, build, run and consume software delivered as a service. 

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    CAB GPS Sample

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    In last week's web cast, Ed and I showed a very simple example of CAB. Actually, this is based on the post I wrote some days ago and on the Community Drop bits. Basically the structure of the app is the following: There are two components...
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    Want to know more about CAB?

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    Don't miss our web cast next Thursday 19th. 11:00 am (PST, GMT -8) Edward Jezierski , Ron Jacobs and I will present an overview of the block, covering scenarios, goals, scope, architecture and plan. If you are new to our community , this is a great...
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    Guidance Automation Toolkit

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    Guidance Automation Toolkit (GAT) is the latest deliverable from patterns & practices . Congratulations to the team! Have you ever explored the extensibilty features in Visual Studio? Have you tried Enterprise Templates? do you use code generation...
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    Application Blocks for the .NET Compact Framework

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    I've been asked the question many times: "When are you going to ship your blocks for the Compact Framework?". Here's some piece of news: The OpenNETCF team has worked with the patterns & practices team at Microsoft to provide a version of the Application...
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    Playing with the CAB EventBroker

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    I decided to play a little bit with the code today and EdJez's idea of building an application for a GPS sounded very attractive. So, I basically wrote the skeleton of the app, used Ed's own work on parsing the GPS data stream, a little bit of CAB EventBroker...
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    Composite UI Application Block

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    What is this about? You've probably seen some posts in EdJez's blog on the Composite UI Application Block (CAB). So, are you considering a Smart Client approach to address the challenges of building Line of Business solutions that interact with many...
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