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Mohammad is a Senior Architect tasked with supporting strategic account teams across Canada. He is also a member of the Microsoft Architecture Editorial Board and is passionate about documenting best practices for software architecture. Prior to joining M

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  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2007 - Final Commentary

    About: This blog post is part of the “Microsoft at JavaOne 2007” series; it provides general commentary about the last day and the overall conference. Warning, it is arguably my most controversial blog post to date. Greetings, JavaOne 2007 is over, last night I went to the JavaOne “After dark bash...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2007 - Day 3 - General

    About: This blog post is part of the “Microsoft at JavaOne 2007” series; it provides general commentary about Day 3 Greetings, Its 5:40 p.m. on Day 3 at JavaOne and I am sitting in a session by Steve Marx ( http://smarx.com ) of Microsoft called “Java Technology-powered Microsoft AJAX” , Steve...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2007 - Day 2 - General

    About: This blog post is part of the “Microsoft at JavaOne 2007” series; it provides general commentary about Day 2 Greetings, Day 2 at JavaOne is over. Kevin and I conducted a session on “Implementing interoperable SOA in the enterprise” which was attended by 800+ people, one of the largest JavaOne...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2007 - Day 2 - Keynote

    About: This blog post is part of the “Microsoft at JavaOne 2007” series; it covers the key note on Day 2 Hello, It is about 8:40 a.m. and I am sitting in the second row at Day 2 of JavaOne 2007. I did not have to stand in line really early to get this seat; about half of the hall is empty, typically...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2007 - Day 1 - General

    About: This blog post is part of the “Microsoft at JavaOne 2007” series; it covers some of the sessions on Day 1 and provides general commentary Hello, It about 4:40 p.m. and I am sitting in a session called the “Future of the Java Web Tier”. Throughout the day I have answered questions about Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2007 - Day 1 - Keynote Address

    About: This blog post is part of the “Microsoft at JavaOne 2007” series; it covers the opening keynote at JavaOne and was typed while attending the keynote session at Moscone Center in San Francisco Hello, I am at the JavaOne opening keynote, its 8:30 a.m. in the morning and I am seated in the...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2007 - Day 0

    About: This is the first in a series of posts about Microsoft’s participation at JavaOne 2007, San Francisco May 08-11 Greetings, I have landed and am in my hotel room in San Francisco, it must be San Francisco... where else would a small bottle of water in the room would have an $8.00 label on...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft @ JavaOne 2007

    About: This blog post is about Microsoft's participation at JavaOne 2007 Greetings, Like the last three years, Microsoft will participate at the JavaOne 2007 in San Fransisco this year as well. Microsoft will present three sessions at the conference including a session by Kevin and I on implementing...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2006 - Pictures

    About: This is the seventh and last, in a series of posts about JavaOne 2006. This post contains some of the pictures taken at JavaOne 2006 Hello, Here are some of the pictures we took at JavaOne 1. Peter signing his book for J1 attendees, you can download his book free of charge at...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2006, Day 3

    About: This is the sixth in a series of posts about JavaOne 2006, live from San Francisco . This post contains highlights of Day 3 Hello, Here I am sitting at the San Francisco airport typing the blog post for Day 3 at JavaOne 2006 which I will post tomorrow. Yesterday, BEA presented a general...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2006 - Day 2

    About: This is the fifth in a series of blog posts about JavaOne 2006, live from San Francisco . This post contains highlights of the keynote and events on Day 2 Hello, Day 2 at JavaOne has begun, I am sitting in the general session listening to Thomas Kurian, SVP Oracle deliver a keynote...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2006, Day 1, part 3/3

    About: This is the fourth in a series of blog posts about JavaOne 2006, live from San Francisco . This post contains highlights of some of the technical sessions, the Java Pavilion area and the Microsoft booth. I will post pictures in the upcoming posts Hello, Day 1 at JavaOne has finally...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at Javaone 2006 - Day 1 - Part 2/3

    About: This is the third in a series of blog posts about JavaOne 2006, live from San Francisco . This post contains the remaining highlights of keynote on Day 1 Hello, 10:00 a.m., Kyrll from Microsoft was on the stage right and presented an architectural diagram of how .NET interoperates...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at Javaone 2006 - Day 1 - Part 1/3

    About: This is the second in a series of blog posts about JavaOne 2006, live from San Francisco . This post contains the highlights of morning of Day 1 including the opening keynote by Jonathan Schwartz, President and CEO of Sun Microsystems (or as he called himself ‘the number one Java evangelist’)...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2006 - Day 0

    About: This is the first in a series of blog posts about JavaOne 2006, live from San Francisco . Hello, I have landed in the beautiful city of San Francisco and am writing this from my hotel near the great union square. The sound of Jazz is filling the air, I can hear the distinct sounds...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft at JavaOne 2006

    About: This post is about the upcoming series on JavaOne 2006 Hello, I will be part of the Microsoft team participating in JavaOne 2006 next week (May 16-19), I plan to write a series of posts, atleast one daily, live from San Francisco. I hope that you will find the pictures and stories of 10...
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