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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
Re-hosting Workflow - Ultra COOL ! In case you missed it
Now those of you who know me will realise that I have been around for a while and I have seen a lot of very cool (and very UNcool) stuff emerge on the IT scene over the last 30 mumble something years. I guess over time you develop a sixth sense about new developments because either you have seen it before...
28 May 2007
When to WF versus When to Biztalk & BPEL
Speaking of SOA and implementing open standards on the MS platform I probably get quizzed once a week about Biztalk versus WF. Well thanks to Guy Burstein I now have an excellent reference piece here http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/bursteg/archive/2007/03/20/10607.aspx Guy lists 4 simple questions...
21 Mar 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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