April Newsletter – Debates on the Cloud

Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile   April 2010       Windows Azure Design Patterns One of the challenges in adopting a new platform is finding usable design patterns that work for developing effective solutions. The Catch-22 is that design patterns are discovered and not invented. Nevertheless it is…

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March Newsletter – Architecture Modeling and Processes (Issue 23)

Exploring our space—partly science, partly art—is always a fascinating and complex task. We could take the contextual approach and address a context-specific subject or we could take the introspective approach of analyzing the role that we play. Yet we could take a third approach that is neither context-specific nor introspective, when we review what we…

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February Newsletter – Virtualization Call for Papers

We are calling for papers on Virtualization for the 24th Architecture Journal. If you are interested in participating, submit your proposal by Thursday, March 11 end of day. Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile Virtualization Call for Papers February 2010   VIRTUALIZATION PRACTICES AND TECHNIQUES Call for Papers We are…

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January Newsletter – Cloud Computing and the New Decade

We have left the century’s introductory decade behind us. Will the Cloud be massively adopted during the 2010s? Let’s take a look what industry experts have to say. Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile Cloud Computing January 2010   Cloud Computing and the New Decade Dear Architect, Greetings and happy…

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December Newsletter – Taking Business Intelligence beyond the Business Analyst (Issue 22)

In this, the 22nd issue of The Architecture Journal, you’ll get our coverage on business-intelligence (BI) aspects of which architects like you and me need to be aware today. Sign up for this newsletter | Unsubscribe | Update your profile Issue 22December 2009 Taking Business Intelligence beyond the Business Analyst Letter from the Editor Dear…

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November Newsletter – Modeling and SDLC Call for Papers

For the 23rd issue of the Architecture Journal, we’re looking for interesting, thought-provoking and insightful articles about Architecture Modeling and its role inside a broader Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile Modeling and Processes November 2009 Architecture Modeling and Processes Call for Papers Dear Architect,…

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October Newsletter – Editor’s Choice

Scalability, RIA, deployment and trends in October release of the Journal newsletter.   Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile Editor’s Choice October 2009 Resources for Architects: Editor’s Choice   Scalability: 10 Ways to Take your Site from One to One Million Users At the Future of Web Apps conference Kevin…

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September Newsletter – Service Orientation Today and Tomorrow (Issue 21)

More than five years after the introductory article titled “Understanding Service-Oriented Architecture”, thousands of SOA projects have been kicked off, and several of them are still being completed. These days, we have a better understanding about its ROI, low-hanging fruits, hidden costs, and other realities; and the basic, incipient SOA discussion is today specialized in…

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August Newsletter – Business Intelligence (BI) Call for Papers

For this edition of the Microsoft Architecture Journal, we are looking for interesting, thought-provoking, and insightful articles about effective architecture and Business Intelligence. Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile BI Call for Papers August 2009 Business Intelligence Call for Papers Dear architect, We are pleased to announce the call for…

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July Newsletter – User Experience (UX)

Some architects consider this topic to be critical, some others consider that only UX specialists must deal with it. Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile User Experience July 2009   User Experience Month Dear Architect, We want to start by thanking you for all the submissions you sent in for…

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