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Adding Clarity to the Enterprise Service Bus: An ESB Reference Architecture
As part of our unwavering effort to continue to provide thought leadership and education on what it means to be an ESB, Sonic Software has announced a more formal and detailed definition. The "Sonic ESB: An Architecture and Lifecycle Definition" is a technical explanation of the major architectural components of an Enterprise Service Bus...
- David A. Chappell [ Dec. 05, 2005 07:52 AM | Subject(s): Web Services , .NET, Enterprise Development, General, Java, Web Services, XML | Permalink]

Recorded Presentation from Enterprise Architect Summit
I recently gave a presentation on ESB Architecture at the Enterprise Architecture Summit in Barcelona. A recording of the whole presentation, including the comments from the audience members, can be found here....
- David A. Chappell [ Dec. 02, 2005 09:39 AM | Subject(s): Web Services , .NET, Enterprise Development, Java, Networking, Web Services, XML | Permalink]

Apple's OS X Is Subject to a Big Mac Attack
Mac users constantly tell me their systems are impervious to assault, unlike hole-ridden Windows. But now the shoe is on the other foot.
- Preston Gralla [ Nov. 30, 2005 12:14 PM | Subject(s): Windows , .NET, Mac, Security, Windows | Permalink]

Microsoft Should Abandon Office Open XML As a Standard
Microsoft's decision to submit its new Office Open XML document format for Office 12 to become an open standard is anything but an attempt at openness.
- Preston Gralla [ Nov. 22, 2005 03:41 PM | Subject(s): Windows , .NET, Open Source, Windows, XML | Permalink]

ESB vs Biztalk Debate Gets Heated in Barcelona
While giving a presentation at the Enterprise Architect Summit in Barcelona, on the subject of ESB and other SOA-related infrastructures, I got into a public altercation with a couple of Microsoft guys who were in the audience. It turned into a pretty heated debate over core architectural fundamentals, which we hammered out in front of an audience of about 75 unsuspecting conference-goers....
- David A. Chappell [ Nov. 16, 2005 09:35 AM | Subject(s): Web Services , .NET, Enterprise Development, General, Java, Software Development, Web Services, XML | Permalink]

Will Windows Become Adware?
In its attempt to fend off Google, Microsoft has been considering some very radical proposals --- including releasing a free, ad-supported version of Windows.
- Preston Gralla [ Nov. 15, 2005 07:36 AM | Subject(s): Windows , .NET, Windows | Permalink]

MSN Search Improving (Maybe)
Microsoft's MSN search engine is slowly catching up to Google, but I have to admin that until now I've still been using Google as my home page...
- Mitch Tulloch [ Nov. 14, 2005 05:40 AM | Subject(s): Windows , .NET, Windows | Permalink]

Web services readiness quiz
Enterprise readiness for adoption of SOA and Web services is a very hot subject these days. Christopher Lindquist of CIO Magazine has published a nifty online survey that can help an organization score where they are in their readiness, and offers some guideance based on your answers...
- David A. Chappell [ Nov. 10, 2005 01:28 PM | Subject(s): Web Services , .NET, Apache, Emerging Technology, Enterprise Development, Java, Web Services, XML | Permalink]

marketing lives to fight another day
In the eleventh hour, Microsoft marketing comes through in a big way.
- Chris Williams [ Nov. 10, 2005 08:08 AM | Subject(s): General , .NET | Permalink]

The next frontier: XQuery Updates
XQuery is now in Candidate Recommendation, and many parties are working hard to make sure it successfully reaches Recommendation status. So what next? Updates...
- Jonathan Bruce [ Nov. 10, 2005 05:35 AM | Subject(s): XML , .NET, Java, Web Services | Permalink]

It's Time for Microsoft to Support OpenDoc
No single company should own a standard for something as ubiquitous as word processing files -- Microsoft should support the OpenDocument Format in Office 12.
- Preston Gralla [ Nov. 09, 2005 12:46 PM | Subject(s): Windows , .NET, Open Source, Windows | Permalink]

More Microsoft Fun
Readers seemed to like my earlier post concerning Microsoft's welcome use of humor, so here's another one for you...
- Mitch Tulloch [ Nov. 07, 2005 09:17 AM | Subject(s): Windows , .NET, Windows | Permalink]

It's the End of the World as We Know It
...and I am starting to get irritated.
- Robert Cooper [ Nov. 03, 2005 05:08 PM | Subject(s): Java , .NET | Permalink]

IronPython 0.9.4 released
Exactly three weeks to the day since 0.9.3, the IronPython team releases 0.9.4.
- Jeremy Jones [ Nov. 03, 2005 03:50 PM | Subject(s): Python , .NET | Permalink]

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