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Dec172003

Busy busy busy

Yikes. I have a lot going on over the next couple of months. In addition to several writing commitments and being at the early stages of a complex and interesting “Microsoft Poster Child” project through Neudesic, and my INETA responsibilities, I have:

1. Conference chair, plus moderating the IBM/MSFT/BEA panel and maybe other panels, plus doing a presentation on BizTalk 2004 Orchestration and Web services
San Diego Software Industry Council Web Services Conference
Jan 29th, UCSD Supercomputer Center
http://www.sdsic.org/whats-hot.htm

2. Speaking at my own San Diego .NET User Group (I only actually present there every 2 years) presenting an Intro to BizTalk 2004
San Diego, Feb 24th
http://www.SanDiegoDotNet.com

3. Speaking at the Edge 2004 conference presenting BizTalk 2004 and Web Services
Boston, Feb 26th
http://www.sys-con.com/story/category.cfm?id=696

Julie Lerman, also of INETA, will be there too:

So, I'm fully focused on BizTalk 2004, and am "hitting the speaker circuit". I've done this before:

- Approx 1990, when I started doing some strange stuff called "Object-Oriented Programming" (yes, in DOS-based Clipper, and I wrote a commercial class library!)
- About 4 years or so ago, when there was this new thing that some of us were getting excited about. It was called "XML", perhaps you've heard of it by now? :)
- A couple of years ago, when SOAP V 0.7 (or was it .1?) was circulating in draft form, which of course led to Web Services.

Man, I wish I could call it like this in Vegas! It also bodes VERY well for the future of BizTalk Server 2004...

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