Application Architecture Guidance 2.0 – Beta 1 Just Released

 Better than just  making promises is offering some realities and this is coming real After the auspicious success that the original Application Architecture Guidance (version 1.0) had had, there was a series of books on fine tuning aspects such as security, performance, scalability, smart client internals, web applications and so on But all that happened…

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Just Released: The Architecture Journal #17 on Distributed Computing

Considerations for Designing Distributed Systems Architectural Patterns for Distributed Computing Head in the Cloud, Feet on the Ground Architecture Journal Profile: Microsoft Robotics Group On Distributed Embedded Systems Using Events in Highly Distributed Architectures Caching in the Distributed Environment Distributed Applications in Manufacturing Environments Receive the magazine FOR FREE Are you interested in writing for…

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ASAP: Messaging Services

 Resuming our training for  Aspiring Architects, here we got from MS India a third series, this time focused on the Messaging Infrastructure, its planning, constraints, scalability, etc I want to thank Ramnish Singh (Infrastructure MCA in MS India) for this contribution, that I’m confident that will help a lot IT Pros raise the bar, start thinking…

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ASAP: The Network

 After the initial  success of the original Aspiring Software Architects Program, there was a second series focused on Infrastructure Architecture, especially related to Identity and Group Management, network planning, availability and so on The program was a complete success so I asked Ramnish Singh (Infrastructure MCA in MS India) for the chance of making all these…

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ASAP: Application Development

 ASAP, Aspiring Software  Architects Program, was a series of web casts originally delivered for aspiring application architects in India. It brought Champion Architects from Microsoft’s partner organizations who were challenged by Microsoft host, Vikram Rajkondawar to share their experience, challenges faced, pitfalls and lessons learnt across interesting topics The program was a complete success so…

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