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  • Recent and upcoming BizTalk User Group Sweden events

    Some time ago, back on the 20th of November, Richard Seroter visited BizTalk User Group Sweden and talked about BizTalk, SOA and leveraging the cloud. His talks are now live on channel9, part 1 and part 2 . A short blogpost explaining the talk is here . It was great fun to have Richard visit, although...
  • Oh BizTalk, why dost thou mock me?

    In any given integration project many different parties are involved. In some cases these parties have standard endpoints against which BizTalk operates and sometimes these endpoints are built as you go in the participating systems to meet a new demand. This is true for other types of projects as well...
  • Finally!!!

    Eventually the videos from Richard Seroters sessions at the Swedish BizTalk User Group has been published on Channel9. I’ve been contacted by many of people, wanting to know when they where going to be published. We’re sorry for the delay, and hope we can publish upcoming events much faster. Richards...
    Posted to Mikael Håkansson (Weblog) by wmmihaa on Tue, Nov 3 2009
  • Interview Series: Four Questions With … Richard Seroter

    I’m sure you have all followed Richard Seroters interview series where he chat with different experts in the Connected Systems space and find out their thoughts on technology. The turn has FINALLY come to Richard himself, to reveal his experiences with technology. To tribute his just-released book SOA...
    Posted to Mikael Håkansson (Weblog) by wmmihaa on Tue, Aug 11 2009
  • Richard Seroter coming to BizTalk User Group Sweden!

    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 a great sense humor, and we’re very happy to finally...
    Posted to Mikael Håkansson (Weblog) by wmmihaa on Sat, Jul 25 2009
  • Book Review: SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009

    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 after reading the book I would be asked to identify...
  • What is a BizTalk Application?

    The absence of guidelines and discussions on this topic puzzles me. As I’ve asked myself this question many times, without coming up with a one-size-fits-all solution. Is it a “Process”, a “System” or perhaps a “Unit of deployment”? The BizTalk Documentation doesn’t shine much light on the subject: ...
    Posted to Mikael Håkansson (Weblog) by wmmihaa on Thu, Jun 18 2009
  • "Oslo"==SOA++?

    In my last post I wrote "Oslo" == Windows Registry++ , to describe the simplicity of "Oslo". I also said " the simplicity of "Oslo" is what makes up its complexity ". SOA has different impact upon different roles within an organization. But if you would be a "Process...
    Posted to Mikael Håkansson (Weblog) by wmmihaa on Thu, Oct 30 2008
  • BizTalk and Big Design Up Front

    Some companies seem to think that doing a Big Design Up Front (BDUF) before starting out implementing a BizTalk solution is the way to go. However it isn't a BDUF from the aspect that they first would like to go through all their requirements and then through a waterfall style design phase for all...
  • BizTalk Server 2006 R3

    Official news about the next release of BizTalk Server has been released on Steve Martins blog here with follow ups on the BizTalk Server Team Blog here and of course followed by other comments around the connected systems blogosphere. It's been expected and anticipated. This is not an Oslo release...
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