Speaking in San Diego Tuesday - I’ll be doing a PDC recap from a Connected Systems perspective

I’ll be doing a presentation at the Connected Systems SIG of the San Diego .NET User Group this coming Tuesday, Dec 8th.

Meeting will be at the Microsoft La Jolla office, 6:00 for pizza, meeting starts at 6:30 and goes until we decide to stop :)



Recap and discussion of some of the major Connected Systems, SOA and ESB announcements and product roadmaps from PDC



PDC saw a flurry of announcements about emerging technologies and future versions of existing ones. Join Microsoft’s Brian Loesgen as he re-caps some of the major announcements, and what they mean for people working in Connected Systems technologies, or people building SOAs. Brian will also spend some time discussing the SOA Manifesto ( which he helped co-author and was released at the SOA Symposium conference in Rotterdam recently. He will also show (for the first time) a cool new demo that integrates on-premises ESB with the Azure platform AppFabric Service Bus, a new design pattern we have at our disposal (and will be in fully supported production when Azure goes live Feb 1 2010), and will be widely used.

This will be an informal discussion, with some demos and videos, and will cover a broad range of aspects of future technologies. Should be a fun meeting!

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Reader Comments (3)

anyway I can get a recap of the AppFabric + OnPremise ESB pattern?
Sample Code? or just a video to describe?

December 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJuan Suero


December 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJuan Suero

Juan, I recorded a video last weekend, it's working its way through the process to get onto MSDN. I will do a blog post here when it goes live. You're going to love it :)

December 9, 2009 | Registered CommenterBrian Loesgen

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