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  • Blog Post: Software Architecture and "The Halo Effect"

    The Halo Effect and the Characteristics of Successful Cloud Migration Projects Recently I was discussing with some colleagues the characteristics of modern, Internet Scale, Applications. It was some interesting discussion and I will highlight some of the points in another post. About the same time...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Azure Camp April 21-22 in NYC

    Microsoft AzureCamp   Accelerate Your Business to the Cloud !   Marketing Coding Deploying Networking Winning Fun Who should Join?   Startups and ISVs currently planning, or already working to extend their solution to the cloud and leveraging technologies such as .NET , Java , PHP , Python...
  • Blog Post: Sky-diving fun at the team offsite in Denver :-)

  • Blog Post: What drives the adoption of new technologies?

    I was reading an interesting article about the real innovation drivers in enterprises by Stephen Swoyer. http://www.esj.com/news/article.aspx?EditorialsID=3125 The question rendered is: Why does upper management rather approve and finance cost saving than efficiency projects? This is a very good...
  • Blog Post: Should we rewrite all legacy software??

    very often we talk about legacy systems. But when exactly does source code change into a legacy? Well, first thing to do is to see what wikipedia tells us: " Legacy code is source code that relates to a no-longer supported or manufactured operating system or other computer technology. The term can...
  • Blog Post: Building up Facebook profile

    One of the activities I am currently undertaking is to explore Facebook and its possibilities to leverage it as a platform for professional networking. I think there is a lot of potential value in making use of those kinds of activities. Check my profile and leave me a message on Facebook if you are...
  • Blog Post: ISV Architect Evangelist Newbie

    My first entry on my MSDN blog :-). Exactly two weeks ago I started a new and exciting position as a ISV Architect Evangelist at Microsoft. After 11 years at Siemens it is a great experience to join a dynamic team of great individuals to help Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to realize their full...
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