WCSF Application Architecture 6: Structuring Modules

This article is 6th part of the WCSF Application Architecture series by Simon Ince; ·         WCSF Application Architecture 1: Introduction ·         WCSF Application Architecture 2: Application Controller ·         WCSF Application Architecture 3: Model View Presenter ·         WCSF Application Architecture 4: Environment Abstraction ·         WCSF Application Architecture 5: Defining Modules Introduction This post is intended to address…

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ADC Workshop – Microsoft Windows Mobile in a Day

Another one of the services we offer at the ADC team. For existing customers, if you would like take advantage of this service within your organisation, please contact your ADC. If you are not currently engaged with Application Development Consulting and are interested in this service, please contact ADCinfo@microsoft.com. Empowering a mobile workforce increases productivity,…

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Meet ‘Colin Beales’, he’s an ADC.

This weeks interview is from Colin Beales.    Hello, who are you? Erm Colin Beales.   Have you always worked in the ADC Team? No, Whilst I joined Microsoft directly out of college (a Microserf!) I did a few years in the Visual C++ team and the COM team before transferring to ADC land to do…

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10 reasons to consider WPF for your next desktop application – Reason 7. The ListView

This is the 7th post in the series 10 reasons to consider WPF for your next desktop application by Josh Twist, this part explores the ListView in WPF. You can view the other reasons in the series below: Reason 1 – Rich Content Model Reason 2 – Databinding Reason 3 – DataTemplates Reason 4 – Triggers Reason 5 –…

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WCSF Application Architecture 5: Defining Modules

This is part 5 of the WCSF Application Architecture series by Simon Ince this post explores the topic of Defining Modules. Modularity Primer One of the big pushes from the Web Client Software Factory was for Modularity – see the documentation online here for more information. This was for a number of reasons – supporting different…

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Team Foundation Server Overview Workshop

Team Foundation is a set of tools and technologies that enable a team to collaborate and coordinate their efforts on building a product or completing a project. Team Foundation enhances team communication, tracks work status, supports team roles, enacts the team process, and integrates team tools. We have devleloped this 2 day overview workshop so…

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Design: SOA Taxonomy, an object oriented approach

This interesting post by Salvador explores the topic of SOA Taxonomy.  An essential part of the SOA Governance is to properly identify the requirements in order to introduce or upgrade a service within your SOA model, this is commonly known and service and integration planning within the SOA lifecycle. This is all good in theory but…

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Meet ‘Ian Gilroy’, he’s an ADC.

Hello Ian, who are you? I’m Ian Gilroy.   Have you always worked in the ADC Team? I joined Microsoft way back in November 2001 as an ADC. Before that I worked at a startup software retailer/distributor doing all kinds of technical stuff.   What sort of technologies do you use as an ADC? I…

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10 reasons to consider WPF for your next desktop application – Reason Number 6: Layout.

This is the 6th post in the series 10 reasons to consider WPF for your next desktop application by Josh Twist, this part explores layout ini WPF. You can view earliar posts in the series below: Reason 1 – Rich Content Model Reason 2 – Databinding Reason 3 – DataTemplates Reason 4 – Triggers Reason 5 – Styles…

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