Quoc D. Bui's Blog

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Quoc D. Bui

Profile pic - Quoc Bui Quoc Bui works for Microsoft, and is a member of the Business Platform Division (Product Group)’s AppFabric Customer Advisory (Technology) Team. His geographical area of coverage spans all of Asia (including Australia / New Zealand) - where he visits a variety of customers to provide prescriptive guidance on distributed architecture design, and is primarily responsible for BizTalk Server, AppFabric, Azure, as well as Windows Communication Foundation, and Windows Workflow Foundation. He is also part of the product group effort to define next generation product evolutions. Quoc has been involved with distributed application design since 1998 – has incorporated and taught Microsoft anchored solutions all over the United States, Europe, and Asia. He was in Microsoft Consulting Services where he focused on providing enterprise solutions to customers in the United States and Europe. He also spent a year as a BizTalk Server (and SQL Server) Product Technology Specialist in Singapore.

The AppFabric Customer Advisory Team (former known as BizTalk Server Customer Advisory Team) focuses on high-profile customers specifically to transfer knowledge, and works with account teams, solution partners, Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS), and Premier Field Engineering (PFE). The Business Platform Division is a product group that is responsible for SQL Server, BizTalk Server, AppFabric Server, Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Workflow Foundation, and a few nascent .NET related technologies. Aside from Microsoft, Quoc was a Senior (Software) Architect at Intel, in its Asia based research facility in China. During that time, he was instrumental in articulating Intel’s strategies on a variety of technologies such as Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), as well as having led the initial development of a pedagogical laptop called the Classmate PC. He also did a short stint with Electronic Data Systems (EDS), which is now part of Hewlett-Packard (HP). During that time, he led several Internet procurement (e-commerce) initiatives in the United States, and Japan.

Quoc is a Canadian citizen, from Montréal, Canada, but currently resides in Singapore. He has also lived in the United States, Switzerland, Japan, China, and of course, Canada.

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    BizTalk patterns – the parallel shape

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    The parallel shape in BizTalk Server (v2004 to v2009) is widely misinterpreted to be multi-threaded. What the parallel shape does well is that it ensures that all branches complete their execution before the next process takes place...
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    BizTalk Patterns

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    I recently presented at the ACSUG September Meeting: BizTalk Solution Patterns with Quoc Bui from the BizTalk Customer Advisory Team in Auckland, New Zealand.The main thrust of the presentation was on BizTalk Patterns. These patterns, and much more, can...
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    BizTalk Patterns–part 2

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    I recently posted another common design pattern. It is called the Sync-Async pattern. This pattern consists of a client making a request to a server service for information, whereby the client will provide an endpoint for the server to send that information...
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    BizTalk Server–distinguished field

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    The distinguished field is used to expose the value of a node of a message instance to BizTalk Server system. However, if there is a record that has a parent node that has multiple instances, then that record won’t be able to be highlighted as distinguished...
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