BizUnit 2006 is Released – BizTalk 2006 and Visual Studio 2005

   I’ve finally got around to finishing off BizUnit 2006 – v2.1 just in time for the BizTalk 2006 GA, this version is targeted at BizTalk 2006 and Visual Studio 2005 and is built using .Net 2.0. I’ve been using the new unit testing capability in Visual Studio 2005 to drive BizUnit for a while now…

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Debugging BizTalk Maps and XSLT’s…

Did you ever want to debug a BizTalk map, or any XSLT for that matter? VS 2005 has a great new feature that enables you to do just that. If you are using BizTalk and want to debug your map here’s what you do:   Right click the BizTalk map and select “Validate Map” In…

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BizTalk Server Team Blog…

Michael Woods, Kris Horrocks, Steve Sloan, and Mark Berman from the BizTalk Server product group have started up a blog which will I’m sure fill the void left after Scott changed groups, they already have a bunch of postings up there.

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Concurrency and Coordination Runtime…

I’ve been tracking the CCR internally within Microsoft for a while now, and now there’s an interesting channel 9 interview with the CCR guys: https://channel9.msdn.com/Showpost.aspx?postid=143582 if you’ve ever done any amount of concurrent programming you may find it interesting. As we move towards multi-core CPU architectures concurrent programming will become essential in order to make apps…

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The BizTalk Product Group is Hiring….

Do you want to join Microsoft? Would you like to help to shape and build the next generation of BizTalk Server? The BizTalk product group is looking for talented individuals to help build the next generation of the product.   If you’re interested or want to find out more about the opportunities email Kerry Van…

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