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With "Dublin" on the horizon as the future distributed application server role for Windows, does it make sense for Microsoft to call this new role "Windows BizTalk Services"? This would in many ways mimic the Windows SharePoint Services/Microsoft Office SharePoint Server paradigm. The only problem in the short term is that BizTalk Server 2009 has just ......

Over the last six months, my Chief Architect Jesus Rodriguez and myself spent our spare time writing a new whitepaper that focuses on the more advanced aspects of BizTalk's Business Activity Monitoring. The end result is over 80 pages of exciting details all about BAM! This paper is available for download and online in the MSDN Library. The paper goes ......

OK, so I haven't been the best blogger. You know how it goes - you start working on a project and it consumes all your time. Then you start on another project, then another, and so on. The good news is that I was doing some very interesting work and have lots to share here. To give you an idea of what's to come, here are some of the topics I've been ......

On Wednesday, July 23rd, we (Tellago) will be hosting a briefng on Service Oriented Architecture at the Microsoft offices in Downers Grove, IL. At this briefing I will discuss the challenges surrounding SOA adoption, reducing the complexity of SOA deployments, and how SOA can transform the productivity of your business. We will also discuss where Microsoft ......

Tomorrow morning I will be presenting an MSDN Webcast titled "Bringing Enterprise Data to Life with SharePoint Server and Windows Communication Foundation." The focus of this Webcast will be utilizing WCF-based application adapters from within Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS). However, these concepts are not isolated to WCF-based adapters; ......

We're less than a week away from TechEd US, and I finally have a blog up! This year TechEd will be very exciting for me - my first ever event speaking as a non-Microsoftie. This is a big change for me... I have to get accustomed to referring to Microsoft as "they" instead of "we". Even while working on the outside they seem to give me a ton of stuff ......

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