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  • Blog Post: Public Sector and Forms

    The two go hand in hand don't they? How many different forms do people need to fill out for the requirements of different government departments? It seems that every department has a process and a bunch of forms that require automation. It'd be fair to say that Forms in the Public Sector are a recurring...
  • Blog Post: MOSS interop

    Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) had some great ways to consume services, aggregate information and compose applications from a variety of sources. The article Resources for interoperability with SharePoint Server 2007 sets it out nicely.
  • Blog Post: Architect Journal 10 - Composite Applications

    The latest issue of the Architect Journal has some great articles including some interesting ones on composite applications. Foreword Composite Applications: The New Paradigm Context-Driven Access via Microsoft Office Building Office Business Applications Architecture...
  • Blog Post: Building Composite Applications using ..... what?

    Wikipedia defines composite applications as "... a perspective of software engineering that defines an application built by combining multiple services. A composite application consists of functionality drawn from several different sources ..." What the composite "container" might be could, vary from...
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