Jeromy Carriere's WebLog

Software architecture and whatnot

February, 2005

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    Outlook active folders

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    I have a lot of folders in Outlook/Exchange. I mean lots, and in a pretty deep hierarchy. I firmly believe in two modalities when finding stuff: navigating and searching. Searching is taken care of by MSN desktop search, but I still need to be able to...
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    Questions from SOA Patterns Webcast

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    As I mentioned , I gave a webcast (thanks to Ron for the original material) today on patterns and anti-patterns in SOA, as part of the .NET Unwrapped series for financial services. Frankly, there was really nothing in the webcast that was financial services...
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    New Orleans

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    We just spent three days in New Orleans . It was a blast, as always. The primary mission was to eat a lot of great food – from raw oysters to filet mignon. Mission accomplished. We started off on Saturday night at Jacques Imo’s Café on Oak St . This place...
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    .NET in Financial Services

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    Check out this whitepaper on building applications in financial services on Windows and .NET. This paper started out as an overview of connected systems and the application platform. Mike Wons, a Strategy Advisor in financial services at Microsoft, tuned...
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    .NET Unwrapped for Financial Services

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    I'm doing a webcast on patterns and anti-patterns in SOA next week for .NET Unwrapped . Ron Jacobs originally put this presentation together, and it's since been through some evolution. More info on the event below. (Sorry for the formatting...) Tune...
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    billg's executive email on interop

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    Don’t miss Bill’s executive email on interoperability .
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    System.Transactions

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    System.Transactions is a pretty interesting new capability coming in .NET 2.0 – lightweight promotable transactions. There’s an MSDN TV episode on it.
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