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Mike Azocar So long and thanks for all the Fish! Best Practices
Microsoft ArcReady Event Coming to Houston, Dallas and Austin
Microsoft ArcReady Architecting Modern Distributed Applications Nearly every application we build today has dependencies to other systems. How do we design them to work together to meet our goals? How do we decide what to build and what to buy? Do we host it ourselves or in the cloud? With a bewildering array of choices, the biggest challenge we face today is how to architect robust applications with the right technologies to meet our user’s needs and integrate nicely into our existing IT ecosystems. ......

Posted On Monday, August 25, 2008 8:14 PM

LiveMeeting and VPC
I have been doing a few web casts for Team System recently and found out that presenting from a VPC over LiveMeeting is absolutely horrible. I have a 3.4 gig laptop with 2 gigs of RAM, so my machine is no slouch. My Team System VPC is a 2003 Server with TFS and Visual Studio Team Suite installed and it just would not run when recording the web cast. I am about solutions though, and I found a better way to do this. What I did was I installed Team Suite on my Laptop and ran the 2003 Server in VPC and ......

Posted On Saturday, May 20, 2006 1:05 PM

Making the Most of a Bug
As my current project moves into the testing phase, I am reminded of the importance of a well documented bug report. A bug represents a defect in a piece of hardware or software. The term "bug" most likely originated in the engineering community as a term used to describe a mechanical malfunction. Thomas Edison, in one of his letters, used the term to describe some problems with one of his inventions in 1878. So why do we need to spend time documenting a bug? The answer is easy if you think about ......

Posted On Friday, May 19, 2006 1:05 PM

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