Welcome to another edition of Expert to Expert. Once again the venerable language master Erik Meijer leads the conversation. This time, we're lucky enough to
have PowerShell creator and Partner Architect Jeffrey Snover. Jeffrey is really passionate about PowerShell and has worked hard to see that…
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…
David Aiken is a Technical Evangelist for
Windows Azure. David is responsible for:
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training kit and
Channel 9 learning course.
Windows Azure MMC
Quality Attributes (Non-functional requirements) as first class citizens of a project? Too far fetched?
Len Bass, co-author of
Software Architecture in Practice and longstanding member of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), thinks he has an answer.
But how does this fit in an agile…
In this interview,
Sahil Malik, a SharePoint expert and Microsoft MVP, shares with
Zhiming Xue, a.k.a. "Dr. Z”, his extensive experiences on SharePoint (MOSS) development.
Mr. Malik describes a SharePoint development approach that relies on WCF services or contracts, and explains how this…
interviews Jeromy Carriere on the
Lightweight Architecture Alternative Assessment Method (LAAAM),
a fast and efficient way to make good architectural decisions that are aligned with the needs of your business. Making good architectural decisions early in the software development…
What's happening to the enterprise? What's the next generation enterprise going to look like?Ans: An Orange!I got to talk backstage at Architect Insight the other month with Iain Mortimer, Chief Architect, Bank of America Merrill Lynch about next generation enterprises and oranges!
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Cloud Computing is often presented as an esoteric technology that is only interesting to large companies. In point of fact, small- and medium-sized companies will find the economics and technology opportunities very compelling.
Shy Cohen and
Michael Stiefel discuss why this is so, and why small-…