Eugenio Pace

Preparing to be wrong

September, 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 at JAOO

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    Last week JAOO Conference took place in Aarhus , Denmark . This is probably one of the best software engineering conferences. Just looking at the speakers presenting there is impressive. The Smart Client Team at patterns & practices was invited...
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    CAB CTP2 Release plan updated

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    We have just announced a new release plan for the CAB. The CTP 2 will be available on October 7th. (2 weeks from now). Initially, we had planned to release it on Friday 23rd. The delay is rooted in our decision to target .NET 2.0 Release Candidate...
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    VB6 Migration Guide on Dr Dobbs (DDJ)

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    Last week our Keith Pleas and I were interviewed by the guys at Dr Dobbs Journal about the upcoming VB6 Migration Guide . Check in the Microsoft PDC 2005 section or download the audio file directly from here . This is just the first 15 min of the interview...
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    New version of the VB6 Migration Guide including the Assessment Tool

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    The patterns & practices Visual Basic migration development team is pleased to make available a new community preview of the Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic .NET Migration Assessment Tool and Guide. This is a beta release of the Guide and the Tool...
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    CAB Lab Webcast

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    Last week our star presenter, Ron Jacobs, gave another formidable presentation on CAB using another Lab as the basis of it. If you missed it, don't worry, you can always watch the replay. Just go here . Enjoy!
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    CAB V1.0 Release plan published

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    We just published the Release plan for CAB v1.0: Essentially we are planning a new community code drop in 3 weeks that will be updated to run on .NET 2.0 August CTP. This release focuses on public APIs stability and includes lot's of feedback...
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