Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo


What is worse that the All Black’s losing
the semi-finals? Watching the All Blacks lose in a Copenhagen pub full of Australians.
Everytime I said “oh no” they cheered, and there was a lot of “oh no” going on as
we were well and truly beaten. Still thanks for Stuart et.al for inviting me along. 
I guess we will have to wait another 4 years to repeat the performance 16 years ago
when David Kirk lead his team on a sunny Eden Park day.  Also I managed to pick
up some NZ beers (Macs Gold and Speights) in Copenhagen which eased the pain.

Here are a couple more slide decks on
BizTalk Server 2004. My favourite is InfoPath and BizTalk Server which make a
compelling duet in a similar manner that Outlook and Exchange work well together.

InfoPath
and BizTalk Server 2004

Introduction
to BizTalk Server 2004

BizTalk
Server 2004 Orchestration and Web Services


Comments (9)

  1. Dave Bettin says:

    I think you have an extra space before the ppt file names.

    Anyhow, Keep sending content. I love it!

  2. Blair Stephenson says:

    The AB’s play against France on Thursday.

    Let’s hope they do a bit better:)

  3. Scott Woodgate says:

    Link fixed, thanks Dave – reminder to self never write your blog in frustration :). Let’s hope we beat France, unlike last time when we lost the three versus four game.

  4. catcat says:

    I like it ,thank you . ^o^
    I will very excite If you offer some sample.

  5. catcat says:

    Can you upload some demo within ppt?

  6. Mike Peters says:

    Scott – had the same bad OZ-NZ experience in Copenhagen once myself – didn’t handle it well.
    At least we don’t have to wait another 4 years for BizTalk 2004.
    (and LOTR was premiered in Wellington yesterday – fantastic day, and no chance of a loss)
    Mike

  7. Charlie K. says:

    A fellow BizTalk’er w/ a rugby problem…cool. Drop by the Black Rooster pub in DC (19th and L, NW), if you’re ever in the area – our rugby clubs watering hole (novarugby.com). Also, looking forward to the RTM of BizTalk. Cheers.