Monthly Archives: September 2011

//BUILD Conference – Anaheim California – Days 3 and 4

The last two days of the BUILD conference here in Anaheim are all about the breakout sessions. This concludes a session-packed week that gave all of us, developers, architects, managers and the world at large what the ambitions of Microsoft … Continue reading

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//BUILD Conference – Anaheim California – Day 2

Day 2 at the BUILD conference was all about the breakout sessions. Sessions about Windows Server. Sessions about Visual Studio, Team Foundation Service, and Application Lifecycle Management. And, of course, sessions about building great Metro style applications for the upcoming … Continue reading

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//BUILD Conference – Anaheim California – Day 1

Not many things have been shared by Microsoft ahead of this event. Today we are provided with a “Big Picture” overview of what’s up next, in the form of a introduction Keynote, followed by three Big Picture sessions. Keynote What … Continue reading

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//BUILD Conference – Anaheim California

After a comfortable but lonnnng flight, I’m in! More famously known for its DisneyLand Resort, Anaheim is getting busy today, with many attendees converging to register at the Convention Center, in preparation of the upcoming conference, where Microsoft promises to … Continue reading

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Debugging XSLT Stylesheet with Custom Extension Objects from Within Visual Studio

When developping complex maps with the BizTalk Mapper, you sometimes find yourself in a situation where you need to debug the underlying logic of the associated XML stylesheet. In situations like these, it is customary to have Visual Studio generate … Continue reading

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Exploring Performance, Throttling and Latency Settings with the PowerShell Provider for BizTalk

One of the new features in BizTalk Server 2010 is a new UI that lets you modify a whole host of performance-related settings. Those settings apply to the BizTalk Group, Hosts or Host Instances. This is a massive feature! Previously, … Continue reading

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