Guidance and sample for secure, scalable, available and interoperable WebServices using .NET platform…Oslo approaching

StockTrader 2.0 and Configuration Service 2.0 now live on MSDN! .NET StockTrader 2.0 and Configuration Services 2.0 Home Page Executive Summary Last May, we released the .NET StockTrader 1.0 as guidance for building service-oriented, enterprise-ready applications using .NET.  We’ve just updated it with new features to show expanded capabilities of what you can do with…

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The Resource-Oriented Architecture

O’Reilly: The Resource-Oriented Architecture Why come up with a new term, Resource-Oriented Architecture? Why not just say REST? Well, I do say REST, on the cover of this book, and I hold that everything in the Resource-Oriented Architecture is also RESTful. But REST is not an architecture: it’s a set of design criteria. You can…

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Architecture by public community discussions?

http://dev.twitter.com/2008/05/twittering-about-architecture.html Here at Twitter HQ, we’re not blind to the flurry of discussion over the past weeks about our architecture. For many of our technically-minded users, Twitter downtime is an opportunity to muse about what the source of our problems might be, and to propose creative solutions. I sympathize, as I clearly find our problems…

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Process-Views-Services – a Better Design Paradigm for Applications

Forrester: Process-Views-Services – a Better Design Paradigm for Applications It is time for a major shift in the top-level design model for applications. Model-view-controller (MVC) has been the dominant framework for tying together the user interface and business logic of an application. But flexible, process-focused applications, now and in the future, require a new top-level…

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.NET a first class participant on TIBCO backed infrastructures.

TIBCO Selects Silverlight for Rich Internet Application Development TUCON®, San Francisco, April 30, 2008 – TIBCO Software Inc. (NASDAQ: TIBX) today announced that the company is working closely with Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) to make it easier for customers to use their respective technologies together – giving them more power and flexibility over their service-oriented architectures….

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