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Published: (MCTS): Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010 (70-595) Certification Guide
03 June 12 04:53 PM | Johan Hedberg | 5 comment(s)
The book has finally been published. I couldn’t be happier about it. It’s been a fun ride but reaching the finish line is always sweet. The book itself is targeted at the BizTalk Server certification 70-595. We have done our very best to be as brief and...
To learn or not to learn - it’s about delivering business value
19 September 10 10:43 PM | Johan Hedberg | 1 comment(s)
For a developer Windows Azure is an opportunity. But it is also an obstacle. It represents a new learning curve much like the ones presented to us by the .NET framework over the last couple of years (most notably with WF, WCF and WPF/Silverlight). The...
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BizTalk Server 2009 Training
12 January 10 08:02 PM | Johan Hedberg
During the fall of 2009 I teamed up with fellow MVP Mikael Håkansson and delivered internal training to Logica employees in Sweden. Training in part based upon existing training material from Microsoft but with presentation material that we made especially...
Doesn’t everyone want to be the one that chooses?
11 October 09 01:23 AM | Johan Hedberg | 6 comment(s)
Lazy? Perhaps. But bad? Unfair! IT departments and consulting companies alike are not populated by bad developers, or lazy developers, or impassionate for that matter. The word passionate is appropriate for developers or architects that do keep in sync...
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Book Review: SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009
24 July 09 10:58 AM | Johan Hedberg | 2 comment(s)
Richard Seroter has a style of writing that’s… entertaining and easy to read. Some books or articles have a tendency to go on and on without really saying too much. Let me assure you, that’s not the case here. You can find that in his blog as well. If...
Upcoming speaking engagements
28 January 09 09:57 PM | Johan Hedberg
I’ve been blessed with quite an active speaking schedule over the next couple of months. I’m happy to have been trusted with the talks, and look forward to giving them. The 10th of February is the BizTalk User Group Sweden , and a talk about the new features...
Getting up to speed with .NET 3.5
13 October 08 09:47 PM | Johan Hedberg
If you haven't had the opprtunity yet to dive into the .NET Framework 3.5 there is a training kit from Microsoft covering the enhancements to the Framework. There is also this other training kit that covers a larger part of the .NET 3.0/3.5 Framework...
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Pragmatic or passionate? - part 2
28 September 08 07:47 PM | Johan Hedberg | 2 comment(s)
To me there are four distinct type of developers. There are the day-job developers, the lazy developers, the average developer, the programatic developers, and the passionate developers. These are the main types by my definitions. The day-job developers...
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BizTalk Administration Tutorials
27 April 08 11:47 PM | Johan Hedberg
This post is for those of you who are administrators rather then developers, and don't keep track of the latest downloads around BizTalk . Microsoft has, at the same time that they released a revised version of the developer centric tutorials , released...
Vote for TechDays in Sweden
17 April 08 09:47 PM | Johan Hedberg | 1 comment(s)
If you're from Sweden, and I guess mainly if you live and/or work in Stockholm (although I'm unsure at this point), and you don't have the possibility to go to TechEd or PDC and would like to get the chance to get some of that technical content...
Attending a BizTalk Server 2006 R2 Partner Academy course - DVD contents
17 April 08 08:59 PM | Johan Hedberg
I've signed up for a Mircosoft Partner Academy pre-sale angled course on BizTalk Server 2006 R2 . It's my first time attending a course delivered in this kind of online manner. I still don't know if it will suit me or not, but today I got...
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