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    Disruptive trends

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    Earlier this year, Fortune magazine had an article on the top 10 trends to watch out for. http://www.brainbox.com.au/brainbox/home.nsf/0/CFD37A9CF4AE405949256E3C002CFD55?opendocument My guess is that this might have been an intern project there as...
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    Application Decomposition for SOA Systems

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    Here is the outline for my webcast on the above topic. I will see how I can post the entire slide deck eventually. Agenda l Principles of SOA l Decomposing Systems Ø Overview Ø Module maps and Capabilities Ø Practical...
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    My upcoming Webcast on July 13th - Application Decomposition for SOA Based Systems

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    I am working on a web cast for next week ( the 13th ) on Decomposing applications for SOA design. Here is an abstract of the session. Let me know what you would like to hear on this topic. Application Decomposition for SOA Based Systems http://msevents...
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    Assessing Network security

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    New book on Network security http://www.microsoft.com/MSPress/books/6788.asp
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    Power of IBF for LOB ISVs

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    Last week I was in Chicago to attend/speak at a manufacturing conference. I met and talked to many small and medium manufacturers and it was fascinating to hear them talk about the role of MS technologies in their product life cycle. They were all mostly...
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    Smart Clients contd...

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    Now you can work on your Siebel Data without leaving Outlook - from the Siebel user week last month... ...... extending Siebel 7.7 functionality to the Microsoft Office System, allowing Siebel customers to seamlessly leverage the capabilities of Microsoft...
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    WS-Meta Data Exchange

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    Spec at http://msdn.microsoft.com/ws/2004/03/ws-metadataexchange WS-MetadataExchange expands the existing Web services architecture to govern the transfer of metadata , enabling endpoints to leverage other Web services specifications for secure, reliable...
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    RTE impertive driving SOA designs

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    Here is a draft excerpt from an article that I am working on the various imperatives for architecting enterprise applications using the principles of Service orientation. RTE is a Gartner term for enterprise apps that can react and respond in a “Real...
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    64 bit info

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    http://www.route64.net/ was launched earlier this week. There is a free 1 day seminar also
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    CRM Scenario #1

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    Persona: Sales executive working on a sales proposal for a large enterprise cusotmer. Scenario: Opportunity management in a CRM system for a large enterprise customer. The life cycle of this project spans many weeks and typically involves many people...
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    SOA - Offline Smart clients

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    How does a SOA based approach help in implementing Smart Clients ? Well this is a big topic and I will put in my thoughts in phases. For starters, lets look at the utility of smart clients to work on agents that cannot assume consistent connectivity....
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    SOA and Enterprise Applications

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    Service Oriented Architecture and Enterprise Applications Introduction to Service Oriented Architecture Industry analysts predicts [1] that over 80% of the business applications sold between 2005 and 2008 will be based on the principles of...
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    Blogger's version 1.4444.1.4

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    No, this is not the version of an assembly in my GAC but instead is my n-th try at tryign to blog here. I wonder if it takes me an entire evening to get this damn thing straight what I might be able to contribute to the forum :) But it took me even more...
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