Joining the blog world!

Greetings Everyone:

My name is Hong Choing and I am an Architect Evangelist for the Microsoft National Architecture Team focusing on Healthcare and Life Sciences vertical.  In this role, I am responsible for helping customers solve business challenges with IT solutions by providing guidance to technology decision makers (TDM), Senior Managers, Architects, and Developers building enterprise applications on the Microsoft platform.

I love technology but not for technology sake.  Technology, if embraced and implemented properly could be the enabler of business functions instead of a barrier.  I hope to continue to build upon this line of thinking in future entries.

I am a graduate of Drexel University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering.  I was a native of Cambodia and a survival of the Cambodian Holocaust under the ruthless dictatorship of Pol Pot.  In my spare time, I enjoys spending time with my wife and three kids, doing home improvement projects, and tinker with electronic devices.  I speak English, Cambodian, and Chinese.

Comments (3)
  1. Doug Holland says:

    Just wanted to say I really liked your comment about helping the world solve more problems than you caused 🙂

    I’m an architect on a .net project and would be interested in your thoughts on how you approach selling an architecture to the developers who will implement it. I’m in a position presently where were have achieved significant performance gains using a slightly non-standard architecture based upon a custom business object framework which I developed; however many developers do not have experiance on high-performance mission critical applications and therefore would rather use more traditional programming techniques that don’t yield the required performance characteristics.

  2. Holoscholar says:

    There is an excellent online research for studying the Holocaust and all

    related information.

    H.E.A.R.T Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team

    Their Mission:

    Today there are many resources available for those wishing to learn more of

    what the world has come to know as "The Holocaust" – the planned

    extermination of entire ethnic, religious, political, and other groups by

    the government of a sovereign state, Germany, and her allies during the

    years 1933 -1945. Memorials, museums, and sufficient books to fill entire

    libraries are devoted to the subject. But the advent of the internet has

    created a new, globally accessible source of information on the Holocaust.

    Some of this information is valuable, often unique. Much of it, poorly

    researched and sourced, is not. The hateful writings emanating from the

    twisted minds of those who would deny the reality of what is irrefutable are

    much worse.

  3. Tomas Wilziec says: was very helpful in my studies on the holocaust.

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