Visual Studio Team Systems Architect Bootcamp - May 25, 2005 - Calgary - -56

This hands-on, instructor-led course will provide the knowledge and skills required to understand and evaluate new technologies being introduced in Visual Studio Team System, Team Architect edition. These next generation tools will significantly add value to the architecture role within the software development life cycle by improving individual productivity, team communications and predictability in the software development process.  For more details and to view delivery dates across Canada, please view this link.

Visual Studio Team Systems Architect Bootcamp - May 25, 2005 - Ottawa - -76

This hands-on, instructor-led course will provide the knowledge and skills required to understand and evaluate new technologies being introduced in Visual Studio Team System, Team Architect edition. These next generation tools will significantly add value to the architecture role within the software development life cycle by improving individual productivity, team communications and predictability in the software development process.  For more details and to view delivery dates across Canada, please view this link.

Visual Studio Team Systems Architect Bootcamp - May 18, 2005 - Montreal - -78

This hands-on, instructor-led course will provide the knowledge and skills required to understand and evaluate new technologies being introduced in Visual Studio Team System, Team Architect edition. These next generation tools will significantly add value to the architecture role within the software development life cycle by improving individual productivity, team communications and predictability in the software development process.  For more details and to view delivery dates across Canada, please view this link.

Architects Breakfast - Migrating to a Service Based Architecture - May 5, 2005 - Calgary - -68

It is estimated that 70-80% of business data resides in legacy applications.  It is not a stretch to conclude that the ratio of  business logic implemented in these legacy applications is similarly skewed. The focus for integrating enterprise level applications has, to this point, been at the data level. However, the same techniques are not applicable when attempting to accessing the business rules trapped in these same environments. So what's the best way to unlock this treasure trove of functionality?

As easy as it is to suggest that SOA will be the integration silver bullet, legacy application integration faces many of the same issues that other service-based applications do.  Security, architectural, and transactional questions abound.  The purpose of this presentation is to go into greater detail about these issues and describe some of the approaches that are available to address them.  If you attend, expect to walk away with not only a full stomach (it is a breakfast meeting, after all), but also a head full of techniques that can be applied to your own situation.

For more details, check out the complete session description here.

Architects Breakfast - Migrating to a Service Based Architecture - May 4, 2005 - Vancouver - -67

It is estimated that 70-80% of business data resides in legacy applications.  It is not a stretch to conclude that the ratio of  business logic implemented in these legacy applications is similarly skewed. The focus for integrating enterprise level applications has, to this point, been at the data level. However, the same techniques are not applicable when attempting to accessing the business rules trapped in these same environments. So what's the best way to unlock this treasure trove of functionality?

As easy as it is to suggest that SOA will be the integration silver bullet, legacy application integration faces many of the same issues that other service-based applications do.  Security, architectural, and transactional questions abound.  The purpose of this presentation is to go into greater detail about these issues and describe some of the approaches that are available to address them.  If you attend, expect to walk away with not only a full stomach (it is a breakfast meeting, after all), but also a head full of techniques that can be applied to your own situation.

For more details, check out the complete session description here.

Visual Studio Team Systems Architect Bootcamp - May 3, 2005 - Vancouver - -57

This hands-on, instructor-led course will provide the knowledge and skills required to understand and evaluate new technologies being introduced in Visual Studio Team System, Team Architect edition. These next generation tools will significantly add value to the architecture role within the software development life cycle by improving individual productivity, team communications and predictability in the software development process.  For more details and to view delivery dates across Canada, please view this link.

Visual Studio Team Systems Architect Bootcamp - May 3, 2005 - Quebec City - -53

This hands-on, instructor-led course will provide the knowledge and skills required to understand and evaluate new technologies being introduced in Visual Studio Team System, Team Architect edition. These next generation tools will significantly add value to the architecture role within the software development life cycle by improving individual productivity, team communications and predictability in the software development process.  For more details and to view delivery dates across Canada, please view this link.

Visual Studio Team Systems Architect Bootcamp - April 28, 2005 - Calgary - -52

This hands-on, instructor-led course will provide the knowledge and skills required to understand and evaluate new technologies being introduced in Visual Studio Team System, Team Architect edition. These next generation tools will significantly add value to the architecture role within the software development life cycle by improving individual productivity, team communications and predictability in the software development process.  For more details and to view delivery dates across Canada, please view this link.

Architects Breakfast - Migrating to a Service-Based Architecture - April 28, 2005 - Toronto - -65

It is estimated that 70-80% of business data resides in legacy applications.  It is not a stretch to conclude that the ratio of  business logic implemented in these legacy applications is similarly skewed. The focus for integrating enterprise level applications has, to this point, been at the data level. However, the same techniques are not applicable when attempting to accessing the business rules trapped in these same environments. So what's the best way to unlock this treasure trove of functionality?

As easy as it is to suggest that SOA will be the integration silver bullet, legacy application integration faces many of the same issues that other service-based applications do.  Security, architectural, and transactional questions abound.  The purpose of this presentation is to go into greater detail about these issues and describe some of the approaches that are available to address them.  If you attend, expect to walk away with not only a full stomach (it is a breakfast meeting, after all), but also a head full of techniques that can be applied to your own situation.

For more details, check out the complete session description here.

Architects Breakfast - Migrating to a Service Based Architecture - April 27, 2005 - Ottawa - -66

It is estimated that 70-80% of business data resides in legacy applications.  It is not a stretch to conclude that the ratio of  business logic implemented in these legacy applications is similarly skewed. The focus for integrating enterprise level applications has, to this point, been at the data level. However, the same techniques are not applicable when attempting to accessing the business rules trapped in these same environments. So what's the best way to unlock this treasure trove of functionality?

As easy as it is to suggest that SOA will be the integration silver bullet, legacy application integration faces many of the same issues that other service-based applications do.  Security, architectural, and transactional questions abound.  The purpose of this presentation is to go into greater detail about these issues and describe some of the approaches that are available to address them.  If you attend, expect to walk away with not only a full stomach (it is a breakfast meeting, after all), but also a head full of techniques that can be applied to your own situation.

For more details, check out the complete session description here.