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  • Blog Post: ARCast in OZ - TFS for mainframe COBOL ... oh and .NET too

    Ron Jacobs of ARCast fame just sent me an email to let me know that the ARCast he recorded at TechEd 2007 Australia is now available. Checkout his ARCast from downunder (2.5 mins into the video) which has an interesting interview with an organisation I've done some work with. The interesting thing is...
  • Blog Post: Interop Milestone: Infocards and User Centric Identity

    Great to see the recent news of the public interop session that was held at the Catalyst conference. This is testament to the continuing maturation of the Identity Metasystem . The interop session was sponsored by the Burton Group with some great participation across the industry. The session included...
  • 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: Comm Bank Case Study published

    Just returned from annual leave and in catching up, I see that the CommSee case study has been published on MSDN! This is a meaty, 63 page technical case study that examines the solution architecture, technical project details, and best practices employed to get CommSee successfully rolled out to 30...
  • Blog Post: SOA for Real! Comm Bank video interviews and resources

    You might have seen some talk of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) CommSee project. Its a highly successful SOA implementation with many interesting aspects (incremental delivery approach, Service design, .NET Smart client, large scale project, mainframe integration, user centric etc etc). ...
  • Blog Post: Computerworld article on interop

    Following my presentation at Tech Ed, I was contacted by Liz Tay of Computerworld We discussed Microsoft’s investments and ongoing strategy for working across different platforms and systems. Liz wrote an article called .NET 3.0 designed for interoperability that appeared last Friday
  • Blog Post: Heterogeneity Happens!

    The week before last I had the opportunity to travel to Auckland to present at Tech Ed NZ on the Microsoft interoperability story. I know it seems like ages ago, but some folks have asked for a copy of the presentation. You can find the slides “Heterogeneity Happens! Microsoft and Interoperability” here...
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