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Thursday, February 12, 2004
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The TechEd site recently posted the sessions names for the Architecture Track as well as the abstract for the Architecture PreConference Session. Get more info @ the TechEd home page.


The track topics are pretty extensive. Should be very educational.

  • .NET and J2EE Strategies for Interoperability
  • Bridging the Gap Between IT and Application Developers
  • Building Applications with the patterns & practices Application Blocks
  • Data in Services Oriented Architecture
  • Defense in Depth with Microsoft Systems Architecture
  • Enterprise Information Integration and Entity Aggregation in Service Oriented Architecture
  • Enterprise Solution Patterns
  • Exploring A Service Oriented Architecture: Thompson Financial Case Study
  • Factoring in a Service Oriented World
  • Improving Application Performance and Scalability
  • Managing Service Oriented Architecture Using Existing Platforms
  • Metropolis : Building Applications in the Service-Oriented Enterprise
  • Metropolis: Envisioning the Service-Oriented Enterprise
  • Metropolis: Using Information in the Service-Oriented Enterprise
  • Office Developer: Architecting Solutions and Managed Service Layers
  • Realizing Services Oriented Architectures
  • Service-Oriented Business Architecture: A Conceptual Model
  • Services For Unix: Migrating and Extending UNIX Applications on Windows
  • Smart Client Architecture Principles
  • Tools for Architecture: Designing for Deployment
  • Tools for Architecture: Developing Service Oriented Systems
  • Visual Studio "Whidbey": Managing the Enterprise Build Process with MSBuild
  • Windows Forms: Architecting and Building Smart Client Applications in .NET

[Now Playing: Mere Khwabon Main - Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge]

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