Wandering through BizTalk land

Posted: June 14, 2008  |  Categories: BizTalk Uncategorized

As I wander through BizTalk land I find more and more interesting stuff, when I read other people’s BizTalk blog. There more people, smart people blogging about BizTalk as I found out. This product has major capabilities and is gaining a lot popularity over last couple of years. I am just contributing a tiny bit by blogging with my experience with the product together with my interest in service orientation (and architecture). Things I came across this week was Richard Seroter’s post about new BizTalk performance and Whitepapers., which lead me to a blog (a very interesting one) for BizTalk Engineers. Pipeline testing tool by Thomas Restrepo. Repeating nodes in XML Document found at connected thoughts, another great blog I also added to my blogroll. A post about BizUnit and more interesting BizTalk Solution Factory by Santosh Benjamin. I could go one for while mention just things I discovered it just amazes me that is a lot out there. This is good, very good indeed because it keeps me going and do interesting, exciting and challenging things with BizTalk. Thanks to all BizTalk bloggers out there besides the ones mention here.


Author: Steef-Jan Wiggers

Steef-Jan Wiggers is all in on Microsoft Azure, Integration, and Data Science. He has over 15 years’ experience in a wide variety of scenarios such as custom .NET solution development, overseeing large enterprise integrations, building web services, managing projects, designing web services, experimenting with data, SQL Server database administration, and consulting. Steef-Jan loves challenges in the Microsoft playing field combining it with his domain knowledge in energy, utility, banking, insurance, healthcare, agriculture, (local) government, bio-sciences, retail, travel, and logistics. He is very active in the community as a blogger, TechNet Wiki author, book author, and global public speaker. For these efforts, Microsoft has recognized him a Microsoft MVP for the past 8 years.


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