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This group is for blogs related to BizTalk Server. This includes Community Syndicated blogs and Stephen W. Thomas’s blog.
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  • Blog Post: MuleSoft dot NET

    For those of you who have been keeping your AnyPoint Studio up to date you may have been pleasantly surprised this week. The reason? MuleSoft released two important connectors for customers who leverage the Microsoft platform in their architectures. (You can read more about the official announcement...
  • Blog Post: Integrating Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services with Salesforce.com

    BizTalk Services is far from the most mature cloud-based integration solution, but it’s viable one for certain scenarios. I haven’t seen a whole lot of demos that show how to send data to SaaS endpoints, so I thought I’d spend some of my weekend trying to make that happen. In this blog post, I’m going...
  • Blog Post: Sentinet Extensibility – Custom Access Rule Expression

    In Sentinet, authorization and access to any virtual service is defined using an Access Rule which is a combination of authorization expressions and logical conditions.Sentinet provides an out of the box access rule composer with a set of common Access Rule Expressions like X509 certificate, Claim and...
  • Blog Post: TechEd NA Videos Now Online

    I recently had the pleasure of speaking at Microsoft TechEd in Houston, TX, and the videos of those sessions are now online. A few thousand people have already watched them, but I thought it’d be good to share it here as well. The first one– Architecting Resilient (Cloud) Applications –...
  • Blog Post: My MuleSoft Connect 14 Recap

    This past week over 1200 attendees ascended upon San Francisco to attend Connect and APICon (a sister conference). If you are interested in checking out the company recap of Connect you can check that out here . The purpose of this post is to highlight some of my thoughts from the event. This was my...
  • Blog Post: Looking back at Techorama 2014 – Day 2

    Today was the second day of the brand new Belgian conference Techorama. Some of the Codit attendees are taking a look back to the second day of the conference.
  • Blog Post: Looking back at Techorama 2014 - Day 1

    Today was the first day of the brand new Belgian conference Techorama. Some of the Codit attendees are taking a look back to the first day of the conference.
  • Blog Post: Extension Method

    hello everybody, Extension method are not well know but they are very powerfull. This article is not a tutorial with extension method but an inventory around it. When use it Extension method must be use only for technical issues never for business requirement. For example, you have a string and you want...
  • Blog Post: Deploying a “Hello World” App to the Free IronFoundry v2 Sandbox

    I’ve been affiliated in some way with Iron Foundry since 2011. Back then, I wrote up an InfoQ.com article about this quirky open source project that added .NET support to the nascent Cloud Foundry PaaS movement. Since then, I was hired by Tier 3 (now CenturyLink Cloud), Cloud Foundry has exploded in...
  • Blog Post: Join Me at Microsoft TechEd to Talk DevOps, Cloud Application Architecture

    In a couple weeks, I’ll be invading Houston, TX to deliver a pair of sessions at Microsoft TechEd. This conference – one of the largest annual Microsoft events – focuses on technology available today for developers and IT professionals. I made a pair of proposals to this conference back in January (hoping...
  • Blog Post: Call your CRM Platform! Using an ASP.NET Web API to Link Twilio and Salesforce.com

    I love mashups. It’s fun to combine technologies in unexpected ways. So when Wade Wegner of Salesforce asked me to participate in a webinar about the new Salesforce Toolkit for .NET, I decided to think of something unique to demonstrate. So, I showed off how to link Twilio – which in an API-driven service...
  • Blog Post: Setting Compatibility Mode Of A WPF Web Browser

    Tutorial for how to set the Compatibility Mode of a WPF Web Browser control to match the default settings of Internet Explorer. Blog Post by: Jordan Piscitelli
  • Blog Post: Co-Presenting a Webinar Next Week on Force.com and .NET

    Salesforce.com is a juggernaut in the software-as-a-service space and continues to sign up a diverse pool of global customers. While Salesforce relies on its own language (Apex) for coding extensions that run within the platform, developers can use any programming framework to integrate with Salesforce...
  • Blog Post: Build 2014

    //build was a great event this year. Given that I’m the mobile guy I’m particularly excited that they started the day 1 keynote with Windows Phone and Windows 8 announcements. Windows Phone 8.1 Microsoft announced their latest version of Windows Phone, version 8.1, this new version is due...
  • Blog Post: Sending Key Events to a WPF Web Browser (And Injecting Javascript)

    Recently I had the need to send KeyDown events to the WPF WebBrowser and after many failed attempts I finally figured out a good (or at least a working) solution. It should be noted that this solution does not trigger browser key events but rather triggers javascript key events, such as those bound by...
  • Blog Post: Using Windows Credentials in WCF-Custom adapter

    When sending a message from BizTalk to an external WCF-service with Windows Credentials, the WCF-Custom adapter will ignore the credentials in the Credentials-tab and use the ones of the Host Instance. If you really need to use Windows Credentials, you'll need to create a custom Endpoint Behavior...
  • Blog Post: New Blog – Interview Questions – Help URLs

    Created a new blog which will act as the Journal Board, so that I can collect all interesting articles on Technology Paradigm. Plan to add lot of Interview questions for references. http://vijayinterviewquestions.wordpress.com/ Blog Post by: vijaymstech
  • Blog Post: Using the New Salesforce Toolkit for .NET

    Wade Wegner, a friend of the blog and an evangelist for Salesforce.com, just built a new .NET Toolkit for Salesforce developers. This Toolkit is open source and available on GitHub. Basically, it makes it much simpler to securely interact with the Salesforce.com REST API from .NET code. It takes care...
  • Blog Post: Data Stream Processing with Amazon Kinesis and .NET Applications

    Amazon Kinesis is a new data stream processing service from AWS that makes it possible to ingest and read high volumes of data in real-time. That description may sound vaguely familiar to those who followed Microsoft’s attempts to put their CEP engine StreamInsight into the Windows Azure cloud as part...
  • Blog Post: How Do BizTalk Services Work? I Asked the Product Team to Find Out

    Windows Azure BizTalk Services was recently released by Microsoft, and you can find a fair bit about this cloud service online. I wrote up a simple walkthrough, Sam Vanhoutte did a nice comparison of features between BizTalk Server and BizTalk Services, the Neudesic folks have an extensive series of...
  • Blog Post: Window Azure BizTalk Services: How to Get Started and When to Use It

    The “integration as a service” space continues to heat up, and Microsoft officially entered the market with the General Availability of Windows Azure BizTalk Services (WABS) a few weeks ago. I recently wrote up an InfoQ article that summarized the product and what it offered. I also figured that I should...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk WCF Adapter and Inboundheaders - troubleshooting

    This blog post on WCF adapters and 'InboundHeaders' will learn you more about the inner workings of this feature of the WCF Adapter.
  • Blog Post: Creating Azure VM's with the REST API

    There are many ways to create virtual machines in Azure. Of course the Azure Portal is the easiest but it is completely manual. When you have a lot of virtual machines that are part of your solution then you definitely want to script that process. When you script your Azure deployment you can do it with...
  • Blog Post: New Article on Creating and Consuming Custom Salesforce.com Web Services

    I’ve been asked to write a few more articles for the DeveloperForce site (the developer-centric destination for Salesforce.com developers) and the first one is now online. This article, entitled “Working with Custom SOAP and REST Services in .NET Applications” takes a look at how to...
  • Blog Post: Using the Windows Azure Service Bus REST API to Send to Topic from Salesforce.com

    In the past, I’ve written and talked about integrating the Windows Azure Service Bus with non-Microsoft platforms like Salesforce.com. I enjoy showing how easy it is to use the Service Bus Relay to connect on-premises services with Salesforce.com. On multiple occasions, I’ve been asked how to do this...
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