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Microsoft has released a final version of its book “Microsoft Application Architecture Guide, 2nd Edition”. The book is described as: This guide is available online here in the MSDN Library and will be available in the Fall of 2009 as a Microsoft Press book, ISBN# 9780735627109, that you can purchase through local and online booksellers. The guide is intended to help developers and solution architects design and build effective, high quality applications using the Microsoft platform and the .NET ...
Ars Techninca recently opened a new forum called “The Server Room” The first thread I started there was about sysadmin and datacenter books, and I already have some real jewels that I will be ordering soon, I suspect. From Cisco Press: http://www.amazon.com/Cente... ( http://www.ciscopress.com/b... ) and this one was recommended to me too: http://www.amazon.com/o/ASI... ( http://everythingsysadmin.com/ ...
If you did not know already I am writing a book with John Ferringer about Disaster Recovery. We just got the contracts and in the past two weeks. We finally deciphered them and will have them sent in within the next week. Now all I need to do is finish up Chapter 2, which so far consists of two pages and some really horrible place holders for screen shots. I am going to lock myself in my room with my ipod and Dell XPS over the weekend. All I will be doing is writing book chapters and taking screen ...
Today is the primary day of Muslim's ADHA (Sacrifice) feast. I'm enjoying it with family activities in my grandmother's house and few hours later my uncle's house. Thanks God both have wireless Internet connectivity. This how I could still check my Google Reader items (see shared items), while showing my profile pictures to my uncle's little daughter and other kids from the family! Then I noticed that the feast has a great gift, coming from Microsoft this time. I found that Microsoft has opened 3 ...
Well, Rob Foster, Murray Gordon, John Alexander, and Myself have all been working on competitive SharePoint 2007 books this past Fall/Winter and they are all being published around the same time. Personally I would suggest purchasing MINE first, but then definitely support the other guys. Honestly, these guys are my friends and I communicate with them frequently so I hope their books sell well. Rob and I have vented to each other via IM about SharePoint when we ran into issues serveral times. Hopefully ...
Wrox, publisher of the upcoming Professional SharePoint 2007 Development book John and I worked on, has published an excerpt from the book covering Creating Content Type Metadata for SharePoint 2007 Document Management Solutions. I am very excited to see this book hit the shelves. It has been in the works (from conversation all the way up to printing) since TechEd 2006 Boston when John and I started talking to Jim Minatel about the title. Technorati tags: SharePoint, Wrox, Book, MOSS, Jeff Julian, ...