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Neuron team is growing, looking for people to add.
I normally don’t post job listings here (we’re growing too fast, I wouldn’t be able to keep up!), however, if you read my blog, then it follows that you are likely interested in SOA, BizTalk, Enterprise Service Bus, so, you fall into the category of people that could potentially be a fit. Neudesic’s Neuron team continues to grow, and it’s super-exciting to see the growth and all the good work coming from them. We’re looking for a couple of talented engineers to come on board and not only join a highly ......

Posted On Sunday, December 30, 2007 8:42 PM

Events coming up this week....
OK, so it’s short notice, but….. I have a couple of events I’d like to mention here: 1) Tomorrow night (Dec 12 2007) will be the second meeting of the San Diego .NET User Group Connected Systems SIG. Chris Romp, Microsoft Technology Specialist for BizTalk, SOA and Process Platform in Southern California, will be presenting “What’s new in BizTalk Server 2006R2". Meeting will be at the Microsoft office in La Jolla at 6:00PM. Details (and mailing list sign-up) at http://SanDiegoDotNet.com 2) On Wednesday ......

Posted On Monday, December 10, 2007 11:19 PM

Creating an incrementing, persisted daily sequence number for a BizTalk Map
I ran into a slightly unusual requirement this week, and thought I’d do a post about it in case someone else needs this pattern. We needed to include, in a file that was being transmitted to a trading partner, a “file sequence number” that would be used for potential auditing/troubleshooting. This number (which is included inside the file itself) would start at “1”, and would increment every time we sent one of these files throughout the day. It would reset to “1” every day. So, constraints were: ......

Posted On Thursday, December 6, 2007 7:58 PM

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