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Richard Going to Oz to Deliver an Integration Workshop? This is Happening.

April 13, 2012


At the most recent MS MVP Summit, Dean Robertson, founder of IT consultancy Mexia, approached me about visiting Australia for a speaking tour. Since I like both speaking and koalas, this seemed like a good match. As a result, we’ve organized sessions for which you can now register to attend. I’ll be in Brisbane, Melbourne […]

Deploying Node.js Applications to Iron Foundry using the Cloude9 IDE

April 13, 2012


This week, I attended the Cloud Foundry “one year anniversary” event where among other things, Cloud9 announced support for deployment to Cloud Foundry from their innovative Cloud9 IDE. The Cloud9 IDE lets you write HTML5, JavaScript and Node.js applications in an entirely web-based environment. Their IDE’s editor support many other programming languages, but they provide […]

Three Software Updates to be Aware Of

April 6, 2012


In the past few days, there have been three sizable product announcements that should be of interest to the cloud/integration community. Specifically, there are noticeable improvements to Microsoft’s CEP engine StreamInsight, Windows Azure’s integration services, and Tier 3’s Iron Foundry PaaS. First off, the Microsoft StreamInsight team recently outlined changes that are coming in their […]


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