Upcoming MSDN Architecture Webcasts: September 2004

The MSDN Team have some great webcasts coming up, and the timing is kinda friendly for this part of the world.

Upcoming MSDN Architecture Webcasts: September 2004

MSDN Architecture Webcasts cover advanced application architectural topics and scenarios. Application architects from the industry discuss and demonstrate the latest thinking in architecture and advanced development practices. These free and interactive webcasts are a great way to get educated, engaged, and enlightened on Microsoft developer tools and practices.

Upcoming MSDN Architecture Webcasts

MSDN Architecture Webcast: Patterns & Practices Live: Essential Resources for Architects and Developers, Powered by LogicLibrary Logidex - Level 200

Thursday, September 09, 2004 - 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Pacific Time
Brent Carlson, VP of Technology and Co-founder, LogicLibrary

Patterns offer proven solutions to recurring application design problems within a particular context. Microsoft’s Platform Architectural Guidance (PAG) Group has developed a number of patterns and best practices for use by architects and developers as they design and build enterprise solutions. Learn how the MSDN Logidex .NET Library, powered by LogicLibrary Logidex, provides fast, easy access to the PAG patterns and practices on MSDN, and how you can make the most of this powerful resource. Join this webcast for an introduction to the text and model-based search capabilities of Logidex and to the content of the Logidex .NET Library. We will also explore application design and development scenarios using the Pet Shop Model.


MSDN Architecture Webcast: Best Practices for Implementing Effective Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance - Level 200

Tuesday, September 28, 2004 - 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Pacific Time
Brent Carlson, VP of Technology and Co-founder, LogicLibrary

The use of Web services and service-oriented architectures (SOAs) is becoming more widespread as businesses seek an approach that offers application integration, increased IT productivity and software reuse. With SOA enablement on the rise, IT groups are focusing on SOA governance as a means of controlling what and how services are defined, developed and deployed. In this informative webcast, Brent Carlson, co-founder and VP of Technology at LogicLibrary, offers valuable best practices and implementation techniques for SOA governance. Learn how SOAs can help you manage and control assets and artifacts with the confidence that you are meeting the business and technical architectural standards required by your organization. He will also illustrate how you can monitor the UDDI publish process in a way that brings together the development and operational views of Web services within your organization.


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