Featured Webcasts

Alan Smith
This webcast will demonstrate the use of social identity providers, such as Live ID, Google and Yahoo! can be used with the Windows Azure Access Control Service to provide authentication for websites. A basic ASP.NET website will be created, and then added as a relying party in ACS. Windows Identity Foundation will then be used to add ACS as a trusted security token service for the website. ACS will then use LiveID, Google and Yahoo! as identity providers for the website.
September 8 2011 Views: 3118 Rating: 3.8 (6 votes) Duration: 26:52
 
Alan Smith
The use of message expiration in AppFabric messaging will be demonstrated using a sample that simulates the order process in a Pizza shop where orders that are taking too long to process are considered expired. This webcast is one in a series looking at AppFabric messaging in the Windows Azure AppFabric June CTP. Bear in mind that this sample is based on CTP bits, and things may will change in the release version.
August 17 2011 Views: 2855 Rating: 4.0 (3 votes) Duration: 13:18
 
Alan Smith
The use of duplicate detection in AppFabric messaging will be demonstrated using a sample that simulates the suppression of duplicate Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags at the checkout of a store. This webcast is one in a series looking at AppFabric messaging in the Windows Azure AppFabric June CTP. Bear in mind that this sample is based on CTP bits, and things may will change in the release version.
August 17 2011 Views: 2736 Rating: 5.0 (1 votes) Duration: 14:25
 
Alan Smith
This webcast is one in a series looking at AppFabric messaging in the Windows Azure AppFabric June CTP. It will cover the management of AppFabric Queues, the sending of messages and the receiving of messages. Bear in mind that this sample is based on CTP bits, and things may will change in the release version.
August 17 2011 Views: 2890 Rating: 5.0 (3 votes) Duration: 15:37
 
Mike Stephenson
In this video Michael will look at some of the ways which behavior driven development and acceptance testing techniques can be applied to BizTalk development. Part 1 is an introduction to the topic and explains some real world considerations to this approach. The samples and slides for this video are available in the following link. http://biztalkbddsample.codeplex.com
August 5 2011 Views: 4895 Rating: 4.7 (3 votes) Duration: 23:08
 
Alan Smith
This webcast focuses on using the Windows Azure AppFabric Cache service to improve database access times. The webcast features a truly global application. The application is tested in Stockholm Sweden with the database located in South East Asia, and the Cache in South-central US. The application is then deployed to the South-central US data center.
July 4 2011 Views: 2568 Rating: 5.0 (4 votes) Duration: 16:30
 
Alan Smith
This webcast shows how AppFabric Service Bus Queues can be used to bridge the gap between cloud hosted and on-premise applications. The AppFabric Application Designer is used to compose and implement a simple Pizza Order application that take orders from a website and uses a durable queue to send the orders to an on-premise application. Even though it’s an early CTP the AppFabric designer provides an intuitive and very productive way to create cloud based applications.
June 23 2011 Views: 5711 Rating: 5.0 (8 votes) Duration: 14:39
 
Alan Smith
This webcast will take a look at creating, deploying and managing an AppFabric application using the June CTP of Windows Azure AppFabric. A simple AppFabric application will be composed and implemented in Visual Studio using the AppFabric Application design tools. The application will then be tested in locally, and then deployed to Windows Azure AppFabric. The AppFabric Application Management console then will be used to view details of the application and examine application monitoring data. The webcast is based on early CTP bits, so things can and will change before release.
June 22 2011 Views: 5367 Rating: 3.6 (21 votes) Duration: 18:45
 
Richard  Seroter
At the 2011 MVP summit Michael Stephenson takes a few minutes to chat with Richard Seroter about Microsoft’s development lifecycle, integration challenges and an after-hours session down at the local pub.
June 19 2011 Views: 2475 Rating: 0.0 (0 votes) Duration: 11:03
 
Alan Smith
This webcast take a look at the capabilities provided by Windows Azure Storage. It walks through the use of Blob, Queue and Table Storage using the Azure Development Storage service, then the creation of a live storage account, and using Azure Storage in the cloud.
March 22 2011 Views: 3192 Rating: 0.0 (0 votes) Duration: 23:38
 
Paul Somers
Using the cloud is one thing, however it is very important that you use it in a viable way. In this web cast we will cover some scenarios for using the cloud along with how to keep your organisation internal applications in sync with your cloud system, and provide that key communication layer between the two. Learn about the cloud and the benefits of moving to the cloud. The key here is to use the cloud wisely, and take advantage of what it gives you and leverage what you already have within your organisation without re-inventing the wheel or putting everything in the cloud.
March 8 2011 Views: 6213 Rating: 2.0 (53 votes) Duration: 22:25
 
Mike Stephenson
This is the second of two webcasts looking at how the Windows Server AppFabric cache can be used in BizTalk Server solutions.
March 8 2011 Views: 4818 Rating: 3.5 (2 votes) Duration: 18:33
 
Mike Stephenson
This is the first of two webcasts looking at how the Windows Server AppFabric cache can be used in BizTalk Server solutions.
March 8 2011 Views: 5593 Rating: 3.8 (6 votes) Duration: 21:58
 
Mick Badran
This webcast deals with the installation and setup of the OOTB WSS BizTalk Adapter; examining various Send and Receive configurations within BizTalk and finally you’ll be introduced to a Custom SharePoint 2010 Adapter that uses the SharePoint ClientOM to talk to SharePoint 2010.
March 7 2011 Views: 5447 Rating: 4.5 (15 votes) Duration: 45:46
 
Mick Badran
You will be taken through how SharePoint works, what a user sees, lists and investigating the new APIs present with SharePoint 2010. This webcast talks about different techniques and how to integrate with SharePoint 2010 efficently.
March 7 2011 Views: 5804 Rating: 4.3 (20 votes) Duration: 01:15:52
 
Mike Stephenson
When testing BizTalk solutions it is very difficult to findout much about what is happening inside BizTalk itself and that can limit how effective our testing can be. For example in a BizUnit test you may put something into BizTalk and check a file which comes out, but how would you know which branch in an orchestration was executed. In this video Mike Stephenson shows how you can take advantage of the logging framework from the Microsoft BizTalk CAT Team to make test assertions against the instrumentation and as result really test whats happening in BizTalk not just around it.
March 7 2011 Views: 5670 Rating: 4.0 (10 votes) Duration: 25:10
 
Alan Smith
This webcast continues in the theme of calling business rules from .NET code. It demonstrates how a business rules policy can be published as a WCF service, increasing the reach of the rules policy to applications both in and outside the enterprise.
March 7 2011 Views: 5267 Rating: 3.3 (7 votes) Duration: 13:58
 
Alan Smith
This webcast continues from the webcast on calling business rules from .NET code. It demonstrates how tracking can easily be added to an application that calls business rules. This can be useful for debugging wow the rules are executing and also creating an audit trail for rule execution.
March 7 2011 Views: 4827 Rating: 3.3 (3 votes) Duration: 09:54
 
Mike Stephenson
This webcast will demonstrate the use of Visual Studio Layer Diagrams in BizTalk Server projects to enforce architectural constrains in BizTalk Server project and artifact references.
January 15 2011 Views: 5219 Rating: 3.4 (13 votes) Duration: 14:41
 
Alan Smith
This webcast will look at the implementation of a source control plug in for Visual Studio that uses Azure storage as a repository. The use of Azure table storage and blob storage to store the source files and project, file and check-in information. The implementation provides a very cost effective solution that allows for a source control system without any infrastructure.
October 28 2010 Views: 4135 Rating: 4.4 (5 votes) Duration: 14:55
 
Alan Smith
This webcast demonstrates the use of Azure worker roles to render a 3D animation. The animation is rendered in the cloud by 16 worker roles running a legacy DOS text-based ray tracer. Queues, blobs and tables in Azure storage are used to manage the render job and on premise applications used to upload the job details, monitor the job, and download the animation files.
October 15 2010 Views: 4948 Rating: 3.1 (11 votes) Duration: 18:48
 
Alan Smith
This webcast is based on a real world scenario using Windows Azure Storage Blobs and Queues to transfer 15 GB of files between two laptops located behind firewalls. The use of Queues and Blobs resulted in a simple but very effective solution that supported load balancing on the download clients and automatic recovery from file transfer errors. The two client applications took about 30 minutes to develop, the transfer took a total of three hours, and the total cost for bandwidth was under $4.00.
September 16 2010 Views: 4319 Rating: 3.7 (11 votes) Duration: 15:15
 
Mike Stephenson
This webcast will focus on implementing an automated build process for BizTalk server. It will look at the new build features of BizTalk Server 2009 and look at tips and best practices for setting up an automated build process in BizTalk Server 2009.
April 11 2010 Views: 5282 Rating: 3.9 (12 votes) Duration: 01:37:43
 
Mike Stephenson
This video focuses on taking a pragmatic approach to testing BizTalk Server applications. The new testing enhancements of BizTalk Server 2009 will be highlighted along with best practices for testing BizTalk applications.
April 11 2010 Views: 5109 Rating: 3.5 (4 votes) Duration: 01:00:18
 
Peter Kelcey
In this video, I'll show you how to create an BRE policy to resolve itineraries and I'll show you how to setup your BizTalk receive ports to use this policy. I'll show you how to implement context and content based itinerary resolution.
February 17 2010 Views: 6704 Rating: 4.0 (29 votes) Duration: 15:47
 
Peter Kelcey
These two new features allow us to implement a solution where a client no longer has to have any knowledge of itineraries. Now, they simply have to pass in their message to the ESB where it will dynamically figure out what itinerary is needed and it will load that itinerary from the database. In this video, I'll show you how to implement this feature. To demo this feature, I use an InfoPath form which sends data to a generic OnRamp which uses the Itinerary Resolver. I'll walk you through the process of storing your itinerary into the database, creating the new generic OnRamp that will use the itinerary resolution feature and I'll show you how to configure the Itinerary resolver to retrieve the itinerary from the database.
February 17 2010 Views: 5687 Rating: 4.0 (21 votes) Duration: 13:29
 
Peter Kelcey
In this demo, I show you how to do a number of new things. How to create an itinerary that compose three services together into a single composite service. How to setup your BizTalk environment to support this type of itinerary. Including how to create the send ports required for a composite service itinerary. How to retrieve information from a UDDI v3 server from within your itinerary. How to test resolvers inside visual studio using the resolver web service. How to implement dynamic mapping and dynamic routing inside an itinerary.
February 17 2010 Views: 6139 Rating: 4.2 (18 votes) Duration: 25:50
 
Peter Kelcey
What I'll be showing is how this can be implemented using the basic routing capabilities of the ESB 2.0. I'll take you through the process of setting this up from start to finish. We setup the BizTalk components, define the Itinerary (which defines the process flow within the ESB) and we'll test the end to end process. If any of those terms were new for you (i.e. itineraries, biztalk, uddi etc), then I would recommend you take a bit of time and review the basic concepts of the ESB guidance.
February 17 2010 Views: 9011 Rating: 2.5 (124 votes) Duration: 27:12
 
Alan Smith
In the third in series of webcasts looking at Workflow Foundation 4.0 custom activities I’ll take a look at Custom Activity Designers. The designers use Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) to allow developers to easily create stylish and functional activities. Data binding is used to edit activity properties in the workflow designer.
February 14 2010 Views: 5791 Rating: 2.6 (8 votes) Duration: 08:20
 
Brian Loesgen
This video shows how to use a BizTalk ESB off-ramp to send messages to the Windows Azure platform Service Bus, using the WCF-Custom adapter and ESB Toolkit WCF-Custom Adapter Provider. This enables Windows Azure platform Service Bus interactions to occur as part of itinerary processing, participating as a first-class citizen in an ESB flow.
February 11 2010 Views: 4528 Rating: 3.8 (4 votes) Duration: 10:53
 
Brian Loesgen
This video walks through how to use a BizTalk dynamic send port to send a message to the Windows Azure platform Service Bus. This uses the out-of-the box BizTalk Server 2009 WCF-Custom adapter in conjunction with the AppFabric SDK to achieve interoperability with only a trivial amount of code.
February 11 2010 Views: 6748 Rating: 1.0 (1 votes) Duration: 08:27
 
Mikael Håkansson
The BizTalk Benchmark Wizard is a simple tool to validate a BizTalk installation, making sure it performs as could be expected. The purpose of this tool is to verify your BizTalk environment performs as expected. The typical use-case where you would use the BizTalk Benchmark Wizard would be after BizTalk Server is installed and before deploying any solutions to the environment.
February 2 2010 Views: 4642 Rating: 2.3 (4 votes) Duration: 25:55
 
Alan Smith
This is the second in a series of webcasts looking at building custom activities in WF 4.0. This webcast will focus on creating asynchronous activities by deriving from the AsyncCodeActivity class.
January 31 2010 Views: 5052 Rating: 3.0 (7 votes) Duration: 08:12
 
Alan Smith
This is the first in a series of webcasts looking at building custom activities in WF 4.0. This webcast will focus on deriving from the code activity class.
January 31 2010 Views: 5933 Rating: 3.6 (10 votes) Duration: 13:45
 
Alan Smith
This webcast will take a look at the distributed cache functionality in Windows Server AppFabric (formally codename “Velocity”). The PowerShell management interface will be used to create and manage named caches and view cache statistics. Caching will then be added to a sample application and the performance improvements tested. The webcast is based on the AppFabric Beta 1 bits, so things may change in future releases.
January 14 2010 Views: 5709 Rating: 3.8 (6 votes) Duration: 19:49
 
Brian Loesgen
This video shows how you can easily and securely pick up messages from the Azure platform AppFabric Service Bus, extending an ESB Toolkit on-ramp and on-premises BizTalk-based ESB to the cloud. This powerful new pattern allows you to have trading partners and others outside your firewall participate in your BizTalk processes without the need to reverse-proxy Web services, load balance, etc.
January 12 2010 Views: 4609 Rating: 4.3 (4 votes) Duration: 20:20
 
Alan Smith
This webcast takes a look at building declarative workflow services using the WCF Workflow Service project template in Visual Studio 2010. It is one in a series of webcasts looking at working with WCF Workflow Service.
January 8 2010 Views: 6307 Rating: 3.0 (22 votes) Duration: 16:09
 
.NET Community
The BizTalk User Group Sweden (BUGS) is probably the largest BizTalk user group in the world. Mikael and Johan have done an outstanding job in driving the user group, attracting sponsors and inviting well known presenters from around the world to present at the meetings, which sometimes have over 100 attendees.
BizTalk User Group Sweden Homepage
December 17 2009 Views: 3396 Rating: 0.0 (0 votes) Duration: 07:55
 
Tiberiu Covaci
Charles Young was in Stockholm to present at a BizTalk User Group Sweden (BUGS) event. He gave a great presentation on his favourite topic, the Business Rules Engine in BizTalk Server. After the session he sat down with Tibi and talked about the challenges of learning to use the BRE, and the possible uses of rules engines in future technologies.
December 17 2009 Views: 4218 Rating: 2.7 (6 votes) Duration: 07:31
 
Alan Smith
This is the first in a series of webcasts looking at AppFabric (formally codename “Dublin”). In this webcast I will install the Application Server Extensions on Windows Server 2008 and then activate the monitoring and persistence databases. I will then create a basic declarative workflow service, deploy it to AppFabric, and then call it from a client. This will create tracking and persistence data that can then be viewed in the Application Server Extensions dashboard.
November 19 2009 Views: 3802 Rating: 3.5 (2 votes) Duration: 14:20
 
Tiberiu Covaci
Don Box is the first to take the “Five Minutes” challenge with Tibi at PDC09. Tibi talks to Don about his role in Microsoft, the “M” modeling language and data technologies. See how Don swiftly and skilfully dodges the infamous crystal-ball question, a master at work…
November 18 2009 Views: 3333 Rating: 2.5 (2 votes) Duration: 02:05
 
Alan Smith
This webcast will take a look at the new default configuration options on WCF 4.0, showing how you can manage service and endpoint configuration using much simpler config files.
November 17 2009 Views: 4078 Rating: 3.5 (6 votes) Duration: 13:10
 
Tiberiu Covaci
Jon Flanders talks to Tibi and gives tips on how we can go about learning REST, Visual Studio 2010 Extensions and shares his ideas on the future of technology.
November 15 2009 Views: 3555 Rating: 0.0 (0 votes) Duration: 06:05
 
Tiberiu Covaci
Tibi bought a VIP ticket for the “Wheel of Excellence” in Malmo and spent half an hour talking to Amanda Laucher, Kerry Hammil and Bea Stollnitz about the technologies that interest them and how we should go about learning those new technologies. This is the first of a two part interview, there will be more to follow…
November 12 2009 Views: 5930 Rating: 4.5 (36 votes) Duration: 07:04
 
Tiberiu Covaci
Ze Frank was kind enough to spend time talking to Tibi at the ØreDev conference in Sweden talking about his ideas and what inspires him about internet communities. Ze is the first to turn the tables on Tibi and interview him about his fears of flying and the challenges of life.
November 6 2009 Views: 5579 Rating: 0.0 (0 votes) Duration: 11:14
 
Alan Smith
Carl Franklin entertains the customers at The Bishop’s Arms in Malmo, accompanied by Shawn Wildermuth on guitar.
November 5 2009 Views: 4577 Rating: 3.7 (3 votes) Duration: 05:10
 
Alan Smith
In this webcast I will take a look at calling WCF services from a WF workflow in Visual Studio 2010. The WCF/WF integration is one of the new features in .NET 4.0 that will appeal to developers who work with WCF services and want to leverage the functionality of WF workflows in their applications. This is a fairly basic run-through of how to do it. I will be producing more advanced WCF/WF webcasts in the near future.
October 25 2009 Views: 5625 Rating: 3.0 (4 votes) Duration: 09:54
 
Alan Smith
In this webcast I’ll run through the new flowchart workflow designer in Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2. The flowchart workflow designer allows for a free-form layout in the workflow, allowing fore more varies decision paths. (I’ve updated this webcast with a better way of calling the WCF services.)
October 22 2009 Views: 5687 Rating: 3.1 (15 votes) Duration: 23:39
 
Tiberiu Covaci
Tiberiu “Tibi” Covaci spends five minutes talking with Shawn Wildermuth, a MVP and international presenter, about the importance of the “Middle Man” when developing data access in applications.
October 20 2009 Views: 4598 Rating: 3.2 (6 votes) Duration: 05:28
 
Alan Smith
This is the first in a series of webcasts looking at the WF Designer in Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 (forget the other WF webcasts, lots has changed now). I’ll be taking a quick tour of the new WF designer functionality, looking at both the sequential and Flowchart workflow models as well as creating a custom activity.
October 20 2009 Views: 6946 Rating: 3.4 (18 votes) Duration: 15:47
 
Tiberiu Covaci
In the third of a series of interviews, Tiberiu “Tibi” Covaci spends five minutes talking with Christian Weyer about WCF development, cloud computing and the future of technology. (Should we have censored Christian’s T-Shirt?)
October 18 2009 Views: 3394 Rating: 5.0 (1 votes) Duration: 05:53
 
Zeeshan Shah
In the first of two videos, Zaashan Shan takes look at the BizTalk Server 2009 development experience and provides tips on improving productivity.
October 11 2009 Views: 4238 Rating: 4.6 (9 votes) Duration: 40:13
 
Alan Smith
This webcast will take a detailed look at the Atomic Transaction shape in BizTalk orchestrations. The correct usage of the shape will be demonstrated along with some tips for reducing persistence and error handling.
October 4 2009 Views: 5186 Rating: 3.8 (18 votes) Duration: 31:26
 
Alan Smith
In this webcast I’ll run through the deployment of a new version of the CloudCasts website. I’ll start by showing the project structure and how I have configures the application to use local or cloud based storage in the development phase. I’ll give you a few tips on hosting your Azure applications in IIS to speed up development. I’ll then run through the deployment of the new version of the site to a staging environment, and finally taking it into production.
September 13 2009 Views: 4623 Rating: 5.0 (2 votes) Duration: 16:41
 
Alan Smith
A webcast looking at building basic and hierarchical data contracts in WCF. The DataContract and DataMember attributes will be used to transform an entity class into a data contract that can be serialized. The serialization mechanism will be demonstrated by creating SOAP messages from the data contracts. The use of ordering will be demonstrated, along with the use of generic lists for collections.
September 10 2009 Views: 4218 Rating: 2.0 (1 votes) Duration: 21:18
 
Miguel Herrera
This webcasts takes a look at the WCF-Oracle line of business adapter in BizTalk Server 2009. It starts with a brief overview of the adapter, and then takes a walkthrough the basic functionality. The more advanced features of the adapter will also be discussed.
September 5 2009 Views: 4418 Rating: 3.8 (13 votes) Duration: 42:41
 
Mark Brimble
This webcasts takes a look at the BizTalk Server HL7 Accelerator and demonstrates how it can be used in a BizTalk Server system in the healthcare industries.
September 5 2009 Views: 4318 Rating: 2.4 (5 votes) Duration: 47:00
 
Mike Taulty
In this screencast we take a look at how we can create bitmaps in Silverlight 3 in order to display on the screen and discuss other possibilities for those bitmaps that might show up in the RTM version of Silverlight 3.
August 30 2009 Views: 3284 Rating: 0.0 (0 votes) Duration: 11:51
 
Alan Smith
This webcast shows how the WS-ReliableMessaging standard can be used in WCF to increase the reliability of message transmission across unreliable transports. The Fiddler tool will be used to examine how WCF creates a reliable session, and how messages and message acknowledgements are transmitted across the wire. The effects of blocking messages will be examined with reliable messaging turned off and on, and with the ordered delivery options enabled and disabled.
August 30 2009 Views: 5527 Rating: 2.9 (14 votes) Duration: 23:17
 
Alan Smith
In this webcast I will provide a short review of the book SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009 by Richard Serotor.
August 16 2009 Views: 4617 Rating: 3.7 (3 votes) Duration: 04:58
 
Alan Smith
This webcast will take a quick tour of the different projects available for developing WCF Services in Visual Studio 2010. The new declarative workflow based service templates will be demonstrated, along with some of the templates that were available in Visual Studio 2008. It will also provide guidelines on when the templates are appropriate to use.
August 10 2009 Views: 6119 Rating: 2.7 (15 votes) Duration: 22:58
 
Brian Loesgen
Walks through the ESB Toolkit 2.0 Itinerary design process and tooling.
July 8 2009 Views: 7116 Rating: 3.4 (31 votes) Duration: 19:45
 
Richard  Seroter
A look at the ESB Toolkit 2.0 in BizTalk Server 2009.
July 7 2009 Views: 7343 Rating: 4.0 (64 votes) Duration: 35:56
 
Mick Badran
Using the SharePoint adapter in BizTalk Server 2009.
July 7 2009 Views: 4830 Rating: 4.3 (15 votes) Duration: 01:18:59
 
Daniel Moth
In the next version of .NET and C++ that ship with Visual Studio 2010, a new task-based programming model is introduced. In this short video you will learn about Parallel Tasks, a new debugger window that helps developers debug applications that use tasks. You will also get a glimpse at the task-specific features of the Parallel Stacks debugger window introduced in another video.
July 7 2009 Views: 3516 Rating: 0.0 (0 votes) Duration: 14:34
 
Mike Taulty
A quick walkthrough of getting started with the Live Framework SDK.
July 7 2009 Views: 3579 Rating: 0.0 (0 votes) Duration: 17:33
 
Alan Smith
The Windows authentication options of WCF will be demonstrated using a simple service based on the wsHttpBinsing and hosted in IIS 7.
July 6 2009 Views: 4351 Rating: 3.5 (4 votes) Duration: 15:43
 
Kent Weare
A look at designing and implementing a highly available BizTalk Server 2009 deployment.
July 6 2009 Views: 6739 Rating: 4.0 (25 votes) Duration: 27:51
 
Thiago Almeida
A walkthrough of the main functionality of the WCF-SQL adapter in BizTalk Server 2009.
July 6 2009 Views: 9211 Rating: 3.5 (31 votes) Duration: 59:45
 
Brian Loesgen
As part of my M end-to-end presentation in Stockholm last week, I came up with a way to walk through MSchema, MGrammar, MGraph and Intellipad that went over really well with the conference attendees.
May 18 2009 Views: 3764 Rating: 4.7 (14 votes) Duration: 24:17
 
Mike Taulty
A quick look at how we can build a simple, read-only .NET client against an ADO.NET data service.
May 16 2009 Views: 3608 Rating: 1.0 (1 votes) Duration: 17:22
 
Stephen W. Thomas
Oslo is made up of a tool, a language, and a repository. This video introduces you to the M. M is the new language for models inside Oslo. To code in M, you use a new tool called Intellipad.
May 14 2009 Views: 3460 Rating: 3.3 (4 votes) Duration: 15:43
 
Alan Smith
A look at Custom XSLT mapping in BizTalk Server
May 14 2009 Views: 5455 Rating: 3.5 (23 votes) Duration: 21:41
 
Alan Smith
This webcasts focuses on developing custom activities for WF 4.0 and also at using the new WPF activity designer.
May 14 2009 Views: 3791 Rating: 3.3 (4 votes) Duration: 26:32
 
Stephen W. Thomas
A look at the WCF Adapter in BizTalk 2006 R2
May 14 2009 Views: 4681 Rating: 3.7 (3 votes) Duration: 12:28
 
Alan Smith
This webcast runs through the installation of the core BizTalk components in a multi server environment using Virtual PC images.
May 14 2009 Views: 5554 Rating: 3.0 (7 votes) Duration: 27:38
 
Alan Smith
This webcast is the third in a series looking at the service aggregator pattern in BizTalk Server 2009. The other webcasts are Service Aggregator and Orchestration Performance.
May 14 2009 Views: 4335 Rating: 4.0 (2 votes) Duration: 14:44
 
Alan Smith
A look at Basic HTTP security ad certificates in WCF.
May 14 2009 Views: 4500 Rating: 3.8 (12 votes) Duration: 20:32
 
Alan Smith
Using transactions and parallel actions to increase orchestration performance.
May 14 2009 Views: 6260 Rating: 3.3 (11 votes) Duration: 16:50