I recently blogged about the future of BizTalk and the roadmap of the product version Windows AppFabric.
An even more recent blog post shed some light on the topic.
We are planning to invest in the following main areas:
Deep Microsoft Application Platform Alignment...
I always found that globalization is the poor child of computer literature. In any .NET book, you won’t hear specifically about globalization before chapter 23. You can even tell it’s not shooting high on the radar when you look at the ways globalization was implemented in the three main front-end Frameworks of .NET: WinForm (great!), ASP.NET (retrofitted in sub-optimal way...
The first update of the Windows Phone 7 is coming soon. Some people say end-of January others, mid-February 2011.
Microsoft has started to release information about the new features.
Not much is known at the moment:
- Cut & Paste
- Faster start-up and resume of apps & games
- Better marketplace search
I finally got into it and bought a Windows Phone 7!
The device is an HTC Surround. I’m sure you’ve read plenty of reviews, so here’s just a list of pros and cons of the new OS.
To give some context, I’m not a huge gadget consumer. My previous similar device was an iPod Touch first generation. My previous phone...
A new whitepaper on how to connect to Windows Azure hosted applications using Active Directory has been published in December 2010.
The two major building blocks are WIF & ADFS.
I did cover this topic in a series of blog last summer. Now you have a nicely packaged whitepaper explaining it!
Also, Microsoft has published a series...