When solutions fail, is it too easy to blame a given platform than for those really responsible to take responsibility? It more often has to do with one's level of problem solving skills, planning, and ability to align technology with business strategy.
This discussion between
Jim Wilt and…
This ARCast features Michael Manos
who leads all the datacenters for Microsoft globally. Michael is leading Microsoft’s transformation into massive scale datacenter environments for Web 2.0 and online services. Michael is interviewed by
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…
One of the tenets of good architecture is to seperate the business logic from the other layers of the application. As technology has evolved, so have the strategies for managing the business rules. In this episode of ARCast, Joe Shirey sits down with Loren Goodman, CTO of InRule Technology, and…
H3 Solutions, Inc. is a start-up based in the DC area that provides SharePoint consulting services and integrated SharePoint mobile solutions to both public sector and private sector customers. In this interview with Zhiming Xue “Z”, Mick Herres, VP of Technology, Joe Herres, VP of Product, and…
In this interview, Greg Galipeau
of RDA discusses three different patterns -- MVC, MVP and
ASP.NET MVC with
Dr. Zhiming Xue “Z”, Microsoft Architect Evangelist. He articulates the advantages and disadvantages inherent in each pattern, and explains when to use one versus another when creating…
Join Simon Guest, who leads the platform architecture team in Redmond, as he shares his thoughts on the industry, the architect community, and how Microsoft thinks about architecture with
Do you like your job? Plan to keep it? Then you had better be accountable for results. At the end of the day the guys who cut the checks don't really care how "cool" your thing is if you can't proove that it is working. This is what the guys at WebTrends
are all about.