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# Monday, July 4, 2005
TechEd 2005 Europe
Monday, July 4, 2005 6:54:22 AM UTC ( Architecture | BizTalk Server | Indigo | Talks )

It’s time for TechEd Europe again!

I’m doing a session on BizTalk Server 2004 and Indigo where I will go through some of the scenarios where these technologies can work together to offer some very interesting solutions. There will be several demos showing off the latest bits of the prototype adapter as well as a little low-level section on how the adapter was developed at the end.

If you find this topic interesting then drop by Room 3A on Thursday 7th at 18.15!

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# Thursday, December 4, 2003
Indigo and NNUG
Thursday, December 4, 2003 6:31:42 PM UTC ( Indigo | Talks )

I delivered my third presentation at the Norwegian .Net User Group (NNUG) on Tuesday. Building on my previous presentation about message-oriented architectures I talked about the new Microsoft product codenamed “Indigo”; without a doubt some of the must exciting stuff in the works these days.

I positioned “Indigo” within modern architecture and talked about the primary programming model; the “Indigo” Service Model. I closed with some recommendation about how to prepare for “Indigo”, how to migrate your existing code and some information about interoperability with existing programming stacks.

Needless to say it was great fun. And I even got some Xbox games for my efforts ;)

The presentation, Codename “Indigo” – The Future of Distributed Applications, is available for download here.

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# Friday, May 30, 2003
Back at The Norwegian .Net User Group
Friday, May 30, 2003 6:21:46 PM UTC ( Architecture | Talks )

I talked about Message Oriented Architectures at the Norwegian .Net User Group (NNUG) on the 27th of May in Oslo. This was my second speaker appearance at NNUG, and this session was a very different experience from my last one. I found it a lot more challenging to talk about architecture than talking about dynamic SQL vs. stored procedures. It’s really hard to decide on what slides and bullet points to include when delivering an introduction to such a wide and exiting topic.

It was fun to share my thoughts on XML and modern messaging, loosely coupled designs and asynchronous messaging. I ended the talk with some slides on GXA and the XML message bus. After the presentation we had a very interesting discussion about some issues with asynchronous designs.

I’ve made the slide deck available here if anyone is interested.

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