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A blog about Architecture, Students, and Startups in the Gulf

August, 2006

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About Pooya's architect place (in the Gulf)

A blog about Architecture, Students, and Startups in the Gulf

About Pooya Darugar:

Pooya Darugar is a Principal Platform Consultant at Microsoft Gulf focusing on mission critical applications based on the Microsoft platform for some of the top enterprises in the Gulf.  In recent years he worked on aiding the local software economy in the Gulf through promoting startups in the region and working with Universities to increase the level of IT expertise.  Joining Microsoft Gulf in 2006 he worked with large enterprises on software architecture projects with a focus on adoption of Services Oriented Architecture (SOA), Web 2.0 and emerging technologies.  Prior to joining Microsoft he was most recently Chief Solutions Architect at a silicon valley based SOA management and governance company where he worked on some of the largest SOA initiatives at early adopter enterprises working with both Microsoft and non-Microsoft technologies.  Pooya started his career as a co-founder and developer for a high performance XML based EAI tool.<o:p></o:p>

 

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    New releases of IE7 for public use

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    IE7 public release candidate 1 is now available! I've been using IE7 for a few months and I have to tell you it's great, a huge improvement over IE6. The tabbed browsing (if you haven't already used it, you will be amazed) will clean up your workspace...
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    Microsoft Virtual Earth

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    In my previous post I mentioned 2 great uses of mashups for business. The wow factor in both of those applications is based on Microsoft's Virtual Earth. This mapping technology is great and easy to use. Anyone can incorporate the maps into their site...
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    Mashups for business

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    John L. Scott , and Coldwell Banker Bain real estate companies in the Northwest United States have some of the most impressive applications to take advantage of the mashup concept. They make great poster children for Web 2.0 being used in the business...
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    Entry #1

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    My name is Pooya Darugar and I'm the Architect Evangelist in Microsoft Gulf. That's Gulf as in the middle east, not gulf as in Houston :) I've started this blog to share some of my findings and thoughts around Architecture, SOA, SaaS, Web 2.0 and any...
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