Monthly Archive: February 2008

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Service Factory Modeling Edition for Visual Studio 2008 Released

Web Service Software Factory: Modeling Edition For Visual Studio 2008 This deliverable is available on MSDN at: http://msdn.microsoft.com/servicefactory About the Deliverable The Web Service Software Factory: Modeling Edition (also known as the Service Factory) is an integrated collection of resources designed to help our customers quickly and consistently build WCF and ASMX Web services that adhere to well-known architecture and design patterns. These resources consist of models with code generation in the form of tools...

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Web Client Software Factory Shipped

Web Client Software Factory 2.0 February 2008 Release Resources MSDN site: http://msdn.microsoft.com/webclientfactory Community site: http://www/codeplex.com/websf About the Deliverable The Web Client Software Factory (WCSF) provides a set of guidance for architects and developers building enterprise Web applications. The factory includes samples, reusable code and a guidance package which automates key development tasks from within Visual Studio. Using the Web Client Software Factory assets, developers can create Composite Web applications composed of independently developed and deployed...

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Advanced SharePoint Lectures and Whitepapers

Microsoft has recently released a set of lectures and whitepapers on advanced topics around Office SharePoint Server 2007.  Below is a description (taken from the TechNet website) of topics and links. Title Description Streaming Video Whitepaper Overview: Office SharePoint Server server farm architecture Describes how to plan server farms for reliability and scalability, and how to deploy Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 on a server farm. None Download Overview: Configuring server...

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A thing of beauty…

Today, I’ve achieved what many in corporate america would say is “the impossible”.  In my journey through the world of GTD (e.g. “Getting Things Done”), I’ve certainly reached that mountain top, and it feels good.  Thanks to a nifty tool called ClearContext.  The picture below says a thousand words… I highly recommend you check out ClearContext.  It’s definitely worth the $$

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DoD 5015.2 Resource Kit for SharePoint Released

Microsoft recently released the DoD 5015.2 Resource Kit for SharePoint.  Back in May 2007, MOSS underwent certification testing with the Joint Interoperability Test Command to meet the Department of Defense 5015.2 Records Management Standard.  This certification solidifies the validity of MOSS Records Management capability.  The resource kit has been released to MS Connect and available for download. For more information aboout the resource kit you can visit the resource kit information website

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