The next Auckland Connected Systems User Group meeting is set for Thursday the 23th of September at 5:30pm. Presentation starts at 6:00pm. This month we have a member of the famous BizTalk and Windows Server AppFabric Customer Advisory Team (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/appfabriccat) presenting about the best practices and patterns around building BizTalk Server solutions.
Don’t forget to register (http://www.acsug.co.nz/Meetings/BizTalk-Solution-Patterns—Quoc-Bui.aspx). Free drinks and pizza as always!
BizTalk Solution Patterns – Quoc Bui
Developing a BizTalk Server solution can be challenging, and especially complex for those who are unfamiliar with it. Developing with BizTalk Server, like any software development effort is like playing chess. There are some great opening moves in chess, and there are some great patterns out there to start a solution. Besides being an outstanding communications tool, design patterns help make the design process faster. This allows solution providers to take the time to concentrate on the business implementation. More importantly, patterns help formalize the design to make it reusable. Reusability not only applies to the components themselves, but also to the stages the design must go through to morph itself into the final solution. The ability to apply a patterned repeatable solution is worth the little time spent learning formal patterns, or to even formalize your own. This sessions looks at how architectural design considerations associated to BizTalk Server regarding messaging and orchestration can be applied using patterns, across all industries. This session will include a technical deep-dive using BizTalk Server anchored examples to demonstrate best practices and patterns regarding parallel processing, and correlation.
Quoc Bui (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/quocbui) works for Microsoft, and is a member of the Business Platform Division (Product Group) Customer Advisory (Technology) Team (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/appfabriccat). He is responsible for all of Asia (including Australia / New Zealand) – where he visits a variety of customers to provide prescriptive guidance on distributed architecture design, and is primarily responsible for BizTalk Server, as well as Windows Communication Foundation, and Windows Workflow Foundation. Quoc has been involved with BizTalk Server since 1999 – has incorporated and taught BizTalk based solutions all over the United States, Europe, and Asia. He was in Microsoft Consulting Services where he focused on providing BizTalk Server solutions to customers in the United States and Europe. He also spent a year as a BizTalk Server (and SQL Server) Product Technology Specialist in Singapore. Quoc currently represents Microsoft on the RosettaNet board in Singapore.
The Customer Advisory Team focuses on high-profile customers and provides customer focused designs to the development teams. The Business Platform Division is a product group that is responsible for SQL Server, BizTalk Server, Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Workflow Foundation, and a few upcoming .NET technologies.
Aside from Microsoft, Quoc was a Senior (Software) Architect at Intel, in its Asia based research facility in China. During that time, he was instrumental in articulating Intel’s strategies on a variety of technologies such as Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), as well as having led the initial development of a pedagogical laptop called the Classmate PC. He also did a short stint with Electronic Data Systems (EDS), which is now part of Hewlett-Packard (HP). During that time, he led several Internet procurement (e-commerce) initiatives in the United States, and Japan.
Quoc is a Canadian citizen, from Montréal, Canada, but currently resides in Singapore. He has also lived in the United States, Switzerland, Japan, China, and of course, Canada.
Datacom Systems Limited, 210 Federal Street, Auckland CBD, Auckland, 1141. Parking on the street around Datacom. There is also pay parking in Hobson St parallel to the venue.
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