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Richard Seroter's Architecture Musings

I am honored to have been invited by Richard Seroter to participate in his 27th interview in his series on Connected Systems technology for February 2011.image

Richard is an absolute thought leader in the CSD space and epitomizes much of what we discussed in his day-to-day role as a Solution Architect for his very lucky employer. His blog posts, articles, speaking engagements and books cover the full breadth of the Microsoft middleware stack and his command of the technology and breadth is truly an achievement to aspire to.

As we discuss, there really has never been a better time for the Microsoft platform, and I believe that AppFabric really is a unification of on-premise workloads while providing first-class tooling for cloud and hybrid.

You can read the full interview here: http://seroter.wordpress.com/2011/01/31/interview-series-four-questions-with-rick-garibay/ 

I’d love your thoughts and comments and would also encourage you to read the other interviews in the series: http://seroter.wordpress.com/category/four-questions/

Print | posted on Tuesday, February 01, 2011 12:42 PM | Filed Under [ SOA BTS WF 4.0 NETFX 4.0 Windows Server AppFabric Windows Azure AppFabric WCF 4 ]

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