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  • Blog Post: ‘Oslo’ Becomes SQL Server Modeling

    Code Name ‘Oslo’ software modeling technology gets a new name, SQL Server Modeling , according to Douglas Purdy in his blog postings. A community technology preview (CTP) of the platform will be released at Professional Developers Conference (PDC09) . The CTP features: M textual language for defining...
  • Blog Post: SOA Explored in Latest Architecture Journal

    The latest Architecture Journal ( Journal 21 ) focuses on Service Orientation Today and Tomorrow. Eight articles discuss aspects such as business alignment, service modeling, governance, federation, infrastructure, reusability, convergence, and coexistence with cloud computing and event-driven complementary...
  • Blog Post: Community Preview for “Oslo” Released

    A new community preview of “ Oslo ” has been released May CTP. "Oslo" is the code name for Microsoft’s next generation modeling platform. This CTP includes: "Quadrant" – a visual modeling tool "M" – a modeling language Repository – a SQL Server 2008 database to store models...
  • Blog Post: Connected Systems Roadmap for WCF, WF, ‘Dublin’

    A set of features in Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0, improves Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) , collectively known as connected systems . Windows Server extensions for connected systems, code-named "Dublin” ,  provide an improved hosting and management...
  • Blog Post: Roadmaps for Major Products Announced at TechEd

    The product roadmaps for the coming year were announced at TechEd this past week. The products include lots of important technology for ISVs. Date not announced: Silverlight 3 . introducing more than 50 new features, including support for running Silverlight applications out of the browser,...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with Oslo Using 'M'

    A community technology preview was released for Microsoft project code named "Oslo" in January and now there are some great places to learn about how to get started using it. The whole idea of modeling helps you describe the problem you are solving closer to the world that your users need, rather than...
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Research Projects

    Network World highlights a sneak peek at 10 technologies developed in Microsoft Research. Check out Ten Microsoft Research Projects . The projects include: Surface. The multi-touch table computer. Pictionaire. For business collaboration. Social Streams. Real-time trend aggregator. Blue...
  • Blog Post: Oslo's Modeling Language 'M' To Be Published Under Open Specification Promise

    " Oslo " is the code name for our platform for model-driven applications. The goal of "Oslo" is to provide a 10x productivity gain by making model-driven applications mainstream with domain-specific models, a new language, and tools. Community Technology Previews (CTPs) of the three components of Oslo...
  • Blog Post: Real World SOA Site Shows Off Customer Stories

    A new "Real World SOA happens {here}” online campaign site is live! Visit www.microsoft.com/soa to learn more about Real World Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Hear customers tell their stories of how SOA from Microsoft - and a real world approach - is delivering significant, tangible and measurable...
  • Blog Post: Must See PDC Sessions for ISVs

    Microsoft PDC is coming next week. I've spent several days in the last couple weeks watching many of the practice sessions. Here's my list of must-see sessions that apply to ISV decision makers and architects. In my opinion, there are several important themes for ISVs: Cloud Services. How should...
  • Blog Post: First Oslo CTP Ships at PDC

    The first bits for Oslo should be available around the time of Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) . Oslo will be available as an add-on to Microsoft's Visual Studio development suite. It includes a new programming language, a visual modeling tool, and a repository for storing models in...
  • Blog Post: eWeek Describes Vision Behind Oslo

    "Microsoft's Oslo tools and language platform is poised to push the company past .NET and into the cloud," according to an eWeek article Microsoft's Distributed Destination: Oslo . The article describes the thoughts behind Oslo and the advanced thinking that began eight years ago. "'Advance' may...
  • Blog Post: New PDC Topics Published

    We just published over 50 new sessions on our way to over 200 total sessions at Professional Developers Conference in October. Learn what’s in store for the future of ASP.NET. Have some fun with XNA and game development, or go in-depth with IronRuby. Hear how the NBC Olympics site was built and about...
  • Blog Post: Oslo Roadmap Described in eWeek Article

    eWeek.com provides an insight into the Oslo and how the initiative relates to cloud computing. You can read the article at Oslo: Road to Microsoft's Cloud . But I'll summarize key points of interest to ISVs here. Oslo is built around service oriented architecture (SOA) and adds core modeling technology...
  • Blog Post: First Oslo Early Bits to Ship at PDC

    The first three components of Oslo , the model-driven connected systems software development initiative from Microsoft, was announced at TechEd . The components are: Modeling tool Repository Declarative programming language The community technology previews for the components will be offered...
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