Mattias Lindberg

SharePoint, workflows, arkitektur och annat jag finner intressant!

March, 2007

Blog - About

About Mattias Lindberg talks about BizTalk, .NET, etc.

Hi,

My name is Mattias Lindberg and I work as a Senior Consultant with Microsoft Consulting Services in Sweden. My focus is on working in different roles in development projects, project leader, architect, designer, QA or developer. When I'm not working in general .NET projects I usually do work realted to BizTalk Server, with which I have worked since 2001.

I intend to share my experiences and thoughts on .NET, BizTalk, Team Foundation Server, WF, WCF, etc. in this blog. Time will tell which topics becomes most frequent!

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    First IASA meeting in Stockholm

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    On Thuesday evening this week I went to the first IASA (International Association of Software Architects) meeting in Stockholm to see what it was all about. According to the woman managing registrations there were about 170 people attending the event...
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    MSDN Magasize has new article on TFS

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    Brian A. Randell has written an article titled Work Item Tracking which deals with programming the TFS object model to access work items. He shows the basics of how you can write your own custom work item client; presenting and editing work item data...
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    patterns & practices: Visual Studio 2005 Team System Guidance

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    In a new post by J.D. Meier he provides a link to a resource that I was not aware of, it' the patterns & practices: Visual Studio 2005 Team System Guidance on CodePlex. This is not a standard p&p project which delivers reference implementations...
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    Windows Server 2003 SP2 Released

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    Have you noticed that Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 was made available yesterday?! I was told to look at this link which shows new downloads, and there they are with release date 3/12/2007. At the time of this writing the x86 version has a popularity...
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    MS announces HD Photo

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    Microsoft has announced HD Photo , formerly known as Windows Media Photo. Bill Crow has much more information about this and you can also read a news article . HD Photo seems to be aimed at competing with JPEG as a format for the future. The best feature...
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