יום חמישי, ינואר 15, 2009
Professional Microsoft SharePoint 2007 Development Using Microsoft Silverlight 2
The fact that Israel has now 3 (!) Regional Directors for SharePoint ( the only product that has reach this quantity ! ) Only show that :
SharePoint is gaining popularity & widespread
SharePoint is a very stable program which can be customized and developed upon very easily :)
On the other hand we’ve all seen the First Look: Office 14 for Web webcast from channel9 – which one of the new features is a Silverlight based edition of Office ;)
Point is, as you can do the math, the next SharePoint, just like BizTalk...
יום רביעי, נובמבר 5, 2008
White papers on BizTalk Server 2006 R2 & WCF Adapters We know , yeh we know , BizTalk 2009 CTP is going to released in a few weeks, and just as well Dublin is on the way. BUT, on the other side we all know too well that companies don’t just jump around when it comes to Line Of Business (LOB) Applications/Architecture. So , due to the fact that these are “new” ( in the general perspective ) white papers ( and on a very important issue , to my opinion ) … here are WCF Adapters...
יום שלישי, אוקטובר 28, 2008
Microsoft Modeling Platform (code named "Oslo") "M" Sounds almost like “Bond, James Bond” ( the M part ), But not exactly. Microsoft Oslo, which is Microsoft’s “Microsoft Modeling Platform (code named "Oslo")” has already updated in the MSDN and has two sub-sections: Models and Metadata SDK Microsoft Oslo Technical Articles As well as it’s own “webSite” : Oslo Developer Center, a downloadable Oslo SDK … and much more. for more information look at: The "Oslo" Modeling Platform The "Oslo" modeling platform makes it easier...
יום רביעי, אוקטובר 15, 2008
Dublin and BizTalk Server - What's the difference? Charles Young just did a in depth comparison of Dublin and BizTalk in Dublin and BizTalk Server - What's the difference?
יום ראשון, אוקטובר 12, 2008
Dublin + .NET Framework 4.0 = "BizTalk/SOA Express Framework" ! (part 4) Finally I have a name for what I was talking about – DUBLIN ! With the announcement of Riding the Next Platform Wave: .NET Framework 4.0 and Windows Server "Dublin", and the attached overview of WCF 4.0, WF 4.0, and Windows Server "Dublin" specifications we understand that the unification of “Dublin” and the version of Biztalk that would come after BizTalk 2009 is unavoidable ! Microsoft has laid the foundation ( now we see the true meaning ) of this in the Version 3.0...