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Beantown.NET Meeting: Rob Daigneau – “Implementing SOA Design Patterns with .NET”

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The Beantown.NET User Group (INETA) is meeting on Thursday, 2/1/2007.


http://www.beantowndotnet.org


This month we have Rob Daigneau presenting “Implementing SOA Design Patterns with .NET”.


As always, our meeting is open to everyone so bring your friends and co-workers.  If you want free pizza, send me an RSVP using the contact form (http://blog.benday.com/contact.aspx) by 1pm on 2/1.


Next month, March 1 – Dr. Hai Ning on “Office 2007 Open XML Format & .NET 3.0 Packaged API”


-Ben



Meeting Details


When: Thursday, February 1, 2006, 5:30 – 7:30pm
Where:
Adesso Systems
One Liberty Square (Kilby St & Water St)
7th Floor
Boston, MA


http://www.adessosystems.com/
Map: http://tinyurl.com/qrrkf


Abstract:  Service-Orientation offers the promise of greater interoperability and ease
of integration, but in order to realize its benefits we must evolve the way we architect
solutions. While many of the lessons learned from Distributed Object-Oriented
Architectures can be leveraged, much of what we did “back in the day” will not help
us to achieve the goals of SOA. In fact, many of the old ways have become Anti-
Patterns. Join us in this session to learn how the .Net platform and Microsoft’s new
“Web Service Software Factory” can be leveraged to rapidly deliver versioned,
interoperable, extensible, and easy-to-maintain web services. All concepts will be
presented with an eye towards the Windows Communication Foundation (a.k.a. Indigo).


Bio: Robert Daigneau, Monster.com Rob Daigneau has over 15 years experience
designing and implementing enterprise-class database-driven applications for a broad
array of industries from manufacturing, to financial services, to retail and wholesale.
Rob is the Director of Platform Architecture for Monster.com, one of the most visited
Web sites in the world.


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