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April 2009 Entries

Webcast – BAML – A DSL for BAM
I never really “got” the idea of the need to build a textual DSL when I was first introduced to MGrammar. The light really switched on when I looked into developing a DSL that would make it easier for developers to create BAM activities. The BAML language only took a couple of hours to develop. I had experimented with simple text based DSLs before, so this was my first “real” language. I have recorded a 20 minute webcast showing how the language works, and how it can be used. If you want to experiment ......

Posted On Thursday, April 30, 2009 4:49 PM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ BizTalk ]

Interview with Brian Loesgen
A week ago Brian Loesgen was in town presenting at the Developer Summit here in Stockholm. Brian was kind enough to present at the BizTalk User Group in Sweden, and we pulled our resources to deliver a joint session on BizTalk Server Development best practices and BizTalk Server Administration best practices. The presentation was recorded and should be available on Channel 9 shortly. The next evening we had a second BizTalk User Group meeting with Paolo Salvatory who is a BizTalk Ranger (I know they ......

Posted On Saturday, April 25, 2009 7:26 PM | Comments (1) | Filed Under [ BizTalk ]

BizTalk Server Orchestration Performance Webcast
I’ve just uploaded the second in a series of webcasts looking at calling web services from an orchestration in BizTalk Server 2009 to BloggersGuides.net. This one will start were the last webcast left off, and will look at improving the performance and lowering the latency of the orchestration. The correct use of parallel actions and atomic scope shape will be demonstrated, as these shapes are often misused by developers. Thanks to the BizTalk people in Redmond I’ve got links to these webcasts added ......

Posted On Friday, April 3, 2009 11:53 AM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ BizTalk ]

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