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The New Zealand leg of Ron Jacobs 3D Tour – 20 May to 23 May
I am really looking forward to Ron Jacob’s tour next week – he now has his own website at www.ronjacobs.com For those of you who don’t know who Ron is (where have you been ?) his bio is at the end of this blog post. In a nutshell Ron is an awesome intellect and speaker who has presented to full houses...
11 May 2008
Posters for download ; Call me shallow but ....
I've always been a fan of wall posters of object models, architecture models, architecture principals and all sorts of other good stuff. Call me shallow but I believe that 90% of architecture is communication so here are some links to some of the better posters I've encountered lately for .NET 3.5 and...
5 Nov 2007
WCF - integration between Validation Application Block (part of Enterprise Library) with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
Following on from my earlier post on Enterprise Library 3.0 thought I'd share this article from Guy Burstein (bursteg) . Do check out the links Guy has to other WCF related articles at the bottom of this article. As is usual from Guy this is good pragmatic stuff !
6 May 2007
IT Architecture summit - Auckland NZ - 15 thru 16 March 2007
I presented on Web services specification developments, mainly W3C Oasis based, at the IT Architecture summit in Auckland last week. Thanks to Brighstar for doing a great job in organising this conference. Two of the key questions people kept asking me were 1. Is this 'stuff' (WS-*) for real now...
20 Mar 2007
Kiwibank - Using .NET 3.0 to quietly get on with it
Last year, along with Jeremy Boyd and chief architect - Bohdan Szymanik, I had the pleasure of working with rapidly growing Kiwibank who had a common problem experienced by most larger organisations - just how do you link and leverage a whole bunch of different systems on different platforms and move...
25 Feb 2007
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