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BizTalk User Group Sweden – Bonus Session (for your manager)
23 July 10 06:34 PM | wmmihaa
As you should by now, we are hosting a BizTalk Release Party in Stockholm on the 8th-9th of September, featuring Richard Seroter , Stephen W. Thomas and Ewan Fairweather .  All the sessions will be technical (level ~300) and targets Developer/Architects...
BizTalk User Group Sweden moves all webcasts to BizTalk DevCenter
02 April 10 11:20 PM | wmmihaa
BizTalk User Group Sweden has so far, published all recorded sessions on Channel9, so that these could later be viewed by those who could not attend. As different user groups over the world have chosen to publish their videos on different sites, it has...
Richard Seroter coming to BizTalk User Group Sweden!
25 July 09 10:47 AM | wmmihaa
Open your calendar and mark the 16th of September! I think most people know who Richard Seroter is. Even if you don’t follow blogs on a regular basis, I’m sure you’ve come across his articles from time to time. I know Richard as a very smart guy with...
Inside the Windows Application Server Enhancements known as Dublin
20 May 09 03:44 PM | wmmihaa | 2 comment(s)
BizTalk User Group Sweden has invited Stephen W. Thomas to come to Sweden and talk about Dublin. We are looking forward to an exiting evening with Stephen talking about what’s coming in the (near) future, along with demos using the very latest bits. If...
Charles Young video released on Channel9
15 December 08 10:13 PM | wmmihaa | 2 comment(s)
Charles Young came to hold two sessions at the Swedish BizTalk User Group in December this year. The topic came out to be about Orchestration Patterns in general, and was very appreciated by everyone in the audience. Charles Young is an MVP and software...

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