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Roberto Ruggeri has just posted an article announcing the publication of the Microsoft Connected Health Framework. As usual, Roberto has done a good job of introducing and explaining things and, therefore, you should be able to easily discern how the Connected Health Framework (CHF) is being positioned. I really like Roberto’s focus on how CHF […]
Andrei Kossoroukov has started writing some interesting pieces about Christopher Alexander and software architecture (see part 1 and part 2). A while ago I read Christopher Alexander’s The Oregon Experiment, and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Pluck used to be my RSS reader. I chose Pluck because I wanted a reader that was integrated into Internet Explorer. But Pluck developed problems: notifications of new postings that didn’t exist, Pluck server outages, unresponsive to support requests. With Pluck no longer responding to queries and no longer mentioning their RSS reader product on […]
Denny’s Restaurant Session Bellevue, Washington, 3:00am At approximately 3:00am, me and two of my colleagues decided to do a bit of food research at a Denny’s restaurant in Bellevue. You could call this our first morning session. There is More to Life in Healthcare Integration than Technical Compliance Elizabeth Redding, Partner2Learn Elizabeth has been helping […]
Data and Transaction Management Steve Swartz and Clemens Vasters Connected Systems Division, Microsoft The core foci of this presentation were the characteristics and architectural patterns related to data storage and data access. The core takeaways were the importance of early data architecture envisioning and that the correct data architecture is the ultimate performance optimization. For […]
With a good dose of business-focused keynotes and sessions under my belt, I was ready for a bit of a technical dive. So, my first session of the morning was WCF: Extensibility in the WCF Service Oriented Platform, presented by Craig McMurty, Technical Evangelist at Microsoft. It started with an introduction to Windows Communication Framework […]
The Microsoft SOA and Business Process conference is a chance for IT professionals and other interested parties to become informed about Microsoft technologies and strategies surrounding business process management, workflow and data/application integration. The conference is being held from October 3rd to 6th at the Microsoft Conference Centre in Redmond and, this year, the special […]
Roberto Ruggeri has posted an excellent update on his activity at the HL7 Plenary and Working Group Meeting. He provides a good overview of the 3 different health groups that form the Connecting for Health consortium and how their architectures differ from a clinical data aggregation perspective. He also discusses work around pinning down HL7 […]
Eric Lee has posted an interesting article describing how to implement a Kanban-style Team Foundation Server (TFS) workflow using BizTalk Server. Integrating TFS with workflow products like BizTalk and Windows Workflow FoundationÂ could provide significant value in helping to streamline the tracking and execution of development projects.
Started thinking about adding tags to my posts and asked myself the question: Why should I add tags to my posts? A quick search turned up this post which provides some good answers and also provides reasons why one would want to do online tagging (social bookmarking). Marshall, your site is in need of protection […]