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Microsoft have release a really cool tool for downloading and reading the Architecture Journal magazine offline.

The new reader is a locally installed application that enables you to read every issue of the Journal into a searchable and easy-to-read form. The application synchronizes with our content management services so that you'll automatically have access to the latest Journal issues without needing to download PDF files or checking online.

Please note the tool is still in Beta so there is bound to have some issues. Also .Net 3.0 is a pre-requistite and will attempt to install if you wish. if not present on your system.

The download is here.

Posted on Thursday, November 29, 2007 4:56 PM SOA , Main , Development Technologies , Technical Architecture , Enterprise Architecture | Back to top


Comments on this post: Enterprise Architecture: Microsoft Architecture Journal Reader

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Overall - Excellent application

However using with my Wacom (Bamboo Fun) graphics tablet there are a number of unexpected behaviours. The scrolling through pages and through articles is very difficult, as it appears to be very sensitve to the pen. Also the zoom in and out on the widget on the tablet does not work either, whereas it does in a browser. Am I missing something or is it just that I have not got the hang of it yet?

Thanks again,

--Peter
Left by Peter Hooper on Dec 19, 2007 4:13 PM

# re: Enterprise Architecture: Microsoft Architecture Journal Reader
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Overall - Excellent application

However using with my Wacom (Bamboo Fun) graphics tablet there are a number of unexpected behaviours. The scrolling through pages and through articles is very difficult, as it appears to be very sensitve to the pen. Also the zoom in and out on the widget on the tablet does not work either, whereas it does in a browser. Am I missing something or is it just that I have not got the hang of it yet?

Thanks again,

Peter
Left by Peter Hooper on Dec 19, 2007 4:14 PM

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