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  • Blog Post: System.Transactions in Whidbey - Part 1 - Overview

    If you have had a chance to install Beta 1 of .NET V2 (i.e. Whidbey), you may have noticed a new namespace called System.Transactions . System.Transactions provides a simple object model that unifies the concept of a transaction into a number of basic building blocks that caters for more possibilities...
  • Blog Post: Interoperability Webcast Month

    Next week sees the start of a month of Interoperability Webcast Month - January 18 – February 11, 2005 . In the mean time, if you are looking for resources on Interoperability between .NET and Java/J2EE, you may find some of the following resources useful! Interoperability Resources for Developers and...
  • Blog Post: Transactions - The concepts - Part 2

    In general, when we think of Transactions we tend to think of database transactions. Databases are a great example of how a data server can implement transactions and therefore handle concurrency, provide isolation and provide consistency. The concept of what constitutes a Transaction expands beyond...
  • Blog Post: Transactions - The concepts - Part 1

    When thinking about Transactions, I think it is fair to say that Transactions are one of the most powerful and frequently used paradigms in Enterprise Computing today. With Transactions, we have a collection of patterns that deal with how concurrency management and recovery control can be handled in...
  • Blog Post: Service Boundaries: What are They?

    Michele Leroux Bustamante writes "I participated in Benjamin Mitchell’s chalk talk on SOA at Tech Ed in Amsterdam last month and one of the biggest areas of confusion was exactly this. What is a service boundary? How do developers know when to build a service interface for an application feature?"
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