Services and Components

A lot of discussions about Services vs. Components are currently taking place in the blog sphere. The debate is especially difficult because terms like Component, Service or Widget have a lot of different meanings dependent of whom you ask. Apart from that I think the phrase Services vs. Components is a bit misleading because this . . . → Read More: Services and Components

TechEd Amsterdam

Third time in a row I am selected as MCT proctor at the TechEd 2005 conference in Amsterdam, The Netherlands from 4.July to 8.July. I will be supporting the conference delegates at the Hands-On-Labs and Ask-the-Expert stand presumably as a subject-matter expert for Biztalk Server 2004 and .NET Development (most likely C++). I look forward . . . → Read More: TechEd Amsterdam

Platform Independent BPEL Designer

For good reason a lot of people are claiming a contract first approach in terms of Web Service design. I think it makes perfect sense to use a sound vendor independent format to describe important resources like for instance Web Service interfaces. But this approach is not limited to WSDL only. It applies to Business . . . → Read More: Platform Independent BPEL Designer

BizTalk Server Performance

Have you ever had a question about the performance of BizTalk that you couldn

Suggested Reading For Biztalk Server 2004

The documentation for Biztalk Server 2004 ist still somewhat limited. While developing Biztalk Server solutions I found a lot useful resources on the web. I collected them mainly for the delegates of my Biztalk 2004 courses. But if you are interested in Biztalk technology you might also be interested in Wolfgang Pleus Suggested Reading For . . . → Read More: Suggested Reading For Biztalk Server 2004