How do you build line-of-business applications in
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)--applications that can be maintained and extended over a period of years? How do you design and code to handle real-world complexity?
Composite Application Guidance
You've no doubt heard by now a lot about software plus services as an architectural concept, but how many real world examples can you say you've seen? On this episode of ARCast,
sits down with Derek Jerrel from
Winchester Ammunition and Jim McPherson and Jeff Fattic from
The one thing you can be sure of when it comes to software architecture is that there will never be a shortage of different ways to solve the same problem. The key is to look for the areas of volatility in the design and decompose it to its simplest element. Sound like that philosophy class you…
No one will argue that the process of architecting software solutions that use available capabilities to address business needs within an organization's constraints is often a daunting task. Challenges like this can be much more approachable when you have
a solid way of reasoning about all of the…
Ever wonder how the Healthcare Industry could harness the full power of Silverlight to create State-of-the-Art, Game-Changing applications to lower Healthcare costs?
In this episode of ARCast.TV,
Jeff Barnes sits down with David Darnell from
MDI Holdings and Henry Lee from New Age Solution…
David Aiken is a Technical Evangelist for
Windows Azure. David is responsible for:
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· Windows Azure Platform
training kit and
Channel 9 learning course.
Windows Azure MMC
In this interview,
Luke Chung, founder and president of
FMS, shares his view on Microsoft Access database solutions -- where they fit well, what challenges users and developers often face in creating and maintaining them, and how they have evolved from standalone desktop solutions to having the…