Nifty Community Content, part 1

BizTalk Server has a vibrant community full of smart folks offering up tricks, tips and gems. Some great sites include the following listed in no particular order and definitely incomplete:   BizTalk Server at Codeplex. The BizTalkDisassembler add-in for .NET Reflector is a great addition to one of my favorite tools on the net. Use the BizTalkDisassembler to sniff around…

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BizTalk Server 2006 Documentation in PDF

Do you have a hankerin’ for a 117 meg (55 meg compressed) PDF file containing the full documentation set (almost 20k pages) for BizTalk Server 2006?  Hanker no more because it is now available here. Is this too much to digest at one sitting?  Let me know how you would like the content split up…

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Still lurking…

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Repurposing Content

There are software tools for just about anything these days.  One class of tools lets users like you and me convert a CHM into other formats including, not surprisingly, PDF. Sure, you could grab a copy of most of the BizTalk Server 2006 documentation from the Developer Center (a zip that contains a PDF for each…

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The 80’s Called…

And they want their music back.  You do too?  Check out Club 977 The 80’s Channel and plug in. Come on Eileen!

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Pinging

Still here, just not full of compelling content for the ol’ blog.

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Have Questions?

Do you have any questions about BizTalk Server that you have been itching to ask but haven’t? Post them here or send them to me v/o this blog and I will try to chase down an answer.  Here are a few disclaimers/rules/humorous asides: No existential questions. I can barely figure out the traffic signal timing…

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Eclipse

Short post, this one. While flying around the west coast, I fell into a discussion of the relative merits of Eclipse versus Visual Studio. I tend to use Visual Studio and, for smaller files or quick edits, Ultra Edit. I did take a look at Eclipse a few years ago but haven’t really had a…

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Perspective & Ways of Seeing

Back in school, someone loaned me a copy of Ways of Seeing by John Berger. Since it is still in my possession, I obviously forgot to return it. I wonder if Jane is annoyed? She would likely be more annoyed knowing that I did not get around to reading it until yesterday. The book falls…

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Perspective

I first heard “Born to Run” as a senior in high school. Soon after I heard it, I bumped into a good friend of mine in the halls between classes and said I had heard this great new song. When he asked what it was, I told him “Born to Run”. “Yeah? Bruce Springsteen. It’s…

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