PDC 2003 Sessions for BizTalk Server posted…

Many PDC 2003 Sessions are posted publicly at this time.  http://microsoft.sitestream.com/PDC2003/Default.htm BizTalk sessions include the following: DAT321 – BizTalk Orchestration Engine Futures (powerpoint) DAT350 – Architecting End-to-End Enterprise Solutions: InfoPath with BizTalk 2004, SQL Server, “Indigo”, WSE and Line-of-Business Applications (powerpoint) DAT420 – BizTalk Server 2004 with SQL Server “Yukon” DTS and “Indigo” (powerpoint)


MCMS Service Pack 1a

This was released over a week ago, which is just about par for the blog.  (parblog). Microsoft Content Management Server Service Pack 1A.  (From ms.com…)  This download allows existing Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 Enterprise Edition customers to upgrade to MCMS 2002 SP1a, which consists of SP1 fixes, plus new globalization features. If you are…


Hands-On Labs for BizTalk Server 2004

At PDC this year, a set of Hands-On Labs was made available for BizTalk Server 2004.  These are now available on Microsoft.com.  Download here.


Acronym of the day… “KFU”

KFU.  Knowledge-Free User.  \Knowl”edge Free Us”er\, n. 1. One who uses, but does not know.  [usage] When a request for information of the obvious sort comes in, the person asking the question is a Knowledge-Free User.


What the…? A real-live BOOK for MCMS?

I’m a week late, apparently.  I watch the new book release sites for day after day after day for new CMS books, for more than a year, and wouldn’t you know it – as soon as I stop watching the lists, a book comes out!  There goes any hope of getting some sleep this week….


MCMS on the loose

Two more MCMS-focused sites/blogs/hobbit holes… http://www.harbar.net/mcmshttp://mark.harrison.ws/  


What would it take for you to change your seat?

A little story about a bunch of soldiers trying to get home for a short leave, and the other airport travelers sharing the day with them. 


ASP.NET Exposed

Brian Goldfarb mentions the ASP.NET Exposed roadshow that’s traveling around the country…  Looks like a good opportunity to spread the .Net wisdom within your organization.  Sign up today!