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Its been quite long time I haven't wrote much due to lot of travelling and non-core area related work (non connected systems, SOA & BPM work).

Now, I am back and the good news is I will be drinking, eating and breathing some of the buzzwords..(because of the solutions I am concentrating and architecture of current project I am in)

So, Some Buzzwords I am really gonna look/work and more deep dive areas are mentioned below…

1) SOA – Service Oriented Architecture, The most controversial Architecture name in current IT world

2) ESB – Enterprise Service Bus, One of the SOA Infrastructure Component, thinking of exploring more from Microsoft technology stack

3) BPM – Business Process Modeling, Love to see something really in BIG action…

4) EDA – Event Driven Architecture, considered to be the next generation of SOA

5) CEP – Complex Event Processing

6) Oslo – Code Name for Modeling platform from Microsoft

7) Azure – The BLUE cloud coming from Microsoft

8) Dublin – Code Name for the Forthcoming Application Server from Microsoft for WF and WCF Services hosting

9) Governance – Widely used across different technology stack like MDM, SOA etc..

10) MDM – Master Data Management, this is also one more BIG Buzz word like SOA and criticized across the industry

11) Web 2.0/RIA and beyond – Next Generation Internet/Rich Internet Applications, I started my career as a UI guy and then shifted more towards middleware. I would like to see my footprints future. so this still being one of my favorite area all time!

12) and finally SharePoint 2010 is also on my list :) (Google Wave in this list too…)

13) Android/iPhone platform – my techie gadgets are based on these two. (myTouch and iTouch).  (ChromeOS and open source are in the parking lot)

14) A.R.Rahman – my favorite music composer who just got into Hollywood and got 2 Oscars for his debut Hollywood flick (Slumdog Millionaire). I am looking forward for more of these in future..(both Oscars and compositions )

I am sure there are many more keywords/buzzwords like REST, SOAP, BI, SOI, SLAs …and hell..from the above 13 elements and beyond..

Currently thinking of stopping with this Buzz now…!

OK, now you might think of a great phrase (At least I could think of…) “Jack of all trades is master of none!”

and of course, my intensions are also not to master everything from the above list, but it is interesting to see these buzz words coming in my current projects and I really like to see them in action.

So, I am also looking forward to see some thoughts from my side through next couple of years and beyond (Don't know what BUZZ I will hear next!, fed-up with lot of stuff already :))

Posted on Thursday, October 1, 2009 5:31 PM Technology , BizTalk , WCF , WF , Oslo , Dublin , Azure | Back to top

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Some make fun of acronyms. I'll take...

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Service Oriented Architecture, Enterprise Service Bus, Business Process Modeling, Event Driven Architecture, Complex Event Processing, Windows Communication Foundation, Master Data Management, Simple Object Access Protocol, Business Intelligence, Service Level Agreement.

Left by Kurt Nyffeler on Oct 04, 2009 12:55 AM

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