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Tuesday, May 11, 2004
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Date:  Thursday, May 13, 2004
Time:  11:00AM-12:30PM Pacific Time (GMT-7, US & Canada)

Description:  Today's business applications rarely live in isolation. Users and customers expect instant access to data and functions that may be spread across multiple independent systems. Therefore, these disparate systems have to be integrated to allow a coordinated flow of data and functionality across the enterprise. Despite advances in EAI and Web Services tools, creating robust integration solutions is not without pitfalls. For example, the asynchronous nature of most message-based integration solutions is different from the synchronous world of application development and requires architects and developers to adopt new design, development and testing strategies. This webcast examines how design patterns can help developers build successful integration solutions. The patterns have been harvested from years of actual integration projects using messaging, Web Services and EAI tools.

Register for the Patterns & Practices Live Webcast @
http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032250502&Culture=en-US

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