MSDN Utopia

Salvador Patuel 's architectural challenges. Microsoft Application Development Consultants Team

July, 2007

Blog - About

About Utopia

My name is Salvador Alvarez Patuel and I am an senior application development consultant at Microsoft.  

Here you can find:
- Reflexions about technologies
- Challenges that I have been through my role
- Entries divided by areas like Envisioning, planning, architecture, designing, developing and testing
- Best practices shared among our team based on real life experience (rather than books!)

In this blog you will not find:
- Post with just a couple of links
- Pictures of my trips
- Updates in my private life
- Making you aware of things that you are alreay aware of (i.e. product launches)

If you want to know more about my please check my interview for the ADC team: http://blogs.msdn.com/ukadc/archive/2008/11/10/meet-salvador-alvarez-patuel-he-s-an-adc.aspx

 

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    Architect: SOA services lifecycle

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    Beyond the natural MSF lifecycle where all software development should fit in, there is a higher level of process lifecycle abstraction that relates to the service. Services are one of the most important backbones of a SOA model, where the business capabilities...
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    Design: How good SOA can help you dealing with multi-cores

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    Unless you have been living under a rock for the last 5 years you should know about the multi-core architecture that the new processors bring to our world. Well, processors hardly can go any faster with the current technology therefore we need to start...
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