Two New Episodes You Should See

by dboynton 7/30/2008 3:07:00 PM

I've fallen behind on keeping you up to date on new shows being published on Channel 9. Mea culpa.

The first one features an interview with Steve Resnick, Rich Crane and Chris Bowen about their new book, Essential WCF. The interview was conducted by my colleague and good buddy, Bob Familiar, who always does a great job on the show:

ARCast.TV - Essential WCF

Also in the "recently published" category is my interview with Roy Osherove of Typemock where we talk about test-driven design and the role of testing in the real world. Any time you can demonstrate the often confusing state of maintaining tests in a large system with a pile of rubber bracelets, well that just good TV, right?

ARCast.TV - Roy Osherove on Test Driven Design

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Software Plus Services Recap and Resources

by dboynton 7/29/2008 12:13:00 PM

First, I'd like to thank everyone who came to my talk last night at the St. Louis .NET User Group meeting. I was nice to see so many people from the community come out and support this group. I hope that my presentation helped clarify what software plus services really means from and architectural and development standpoint, as well as providing you with some ideas on how you might apply some of these principles to your work as well.

As promised, I've uploaded my deck from last night.

There was also the matter of the Day In the Life... video that I showed, but could not get the sound system to work. So, since we spent some time last night talking about the Silverlight Streaming Service, I went ahead and uploaded the video to the service and embedded it below.


By all means, feel free to comment or send me an email if you'd like to talk more about S+S.


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Building on MOSS

by dboynton 7/17/2008 12:13:00 PM

Unfortunately, most people still look at SharePoint as an "intranet in a box" solution for quickly putting up team home pages and managing documents. The truth is that SharePoint Server 2007 has evolved into a rich development platform that can be extended and utilized in your custom software projects. If your project has requirements for search, content management and/or membership, MOSS can save time and money on the project by providing that functionality which can then me implemented as part of your solution.

A couple of months ago, I had the opportunity to sit down with Sundar Swaminathan, a Solutions Architect at Quilogy in St. Charles, Missouri, to talk with him about his experience as lead architect on the project to redesign (the web site that goes on and on and on...sorry, I couldn't resist!) to run on top of MOSS. Fortunately, I had my camera gear with me and we were able to turn it into an segment.

ARCast.TV - Sundar Swaminathan on MOSS for Public Facing Web Sites

Please feel free to join in the discussion. Leave a comment either on the ARCast,tv site or here on my blog. Enjoy the conversation and thanks for watching!

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