Visual Studio.NET 2005 Enterprise Features

Last week I attended a technical training in Milan concerning Visual Studio 2005 and Team System. Thanks to Chris Menegay and Marco Bellinasco I’ve got a lot of information about the upcoming products.
I would like to highlight some of the key features here:

Editions
Editions will be Express(people not willing to pay anything) , Standard (hobbyists), Professional(corporate developers), . . . → Read More: Visual Studio.NET 2005 Enterprise Features

Biztalk Server 2004 Training Noch Pl

Vom 18.April – 22.April findet . . . → Read More: Biztalk Server 2004 Training Noch Pl

Microsoft’s business-process integration server opens doors to new markets for customers

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Quotation:
“Some industry watchers posit that the future of business process management will depend less on software that is built to last, and more on software that is built to adapt. With that in mind, they say, companies should design processes that can be . . . → Read More: Microsoft’s business-process integration server opens doors to new markets for customers

Globalflyer Link

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Globalflyer Link

As the website is under heavy load it may take a while to . . . → Read More: Globalflyer Link

Globalflyer Took Off

For the Virgin Atlantic GlobalFlyer and its pilot Steve Fossett to set a world record for the first solo, non-stop, non-refuelled circumnavigation of the world they will have to follow a strict set of rules laid down by the governing body of aviation record attempts, the Federation Aeronautique Internationale.

In actual fact, as Guinness World Records pointed . . . → Read More: Globalflyer Took Off