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SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009 First Edition Edition
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Richard is the author or contributor to three recent books: "Applied Architecture Patterns on the Microsoft Platform" (Packt Publishing, 2010) , "SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009″ (Packt Publishing, 2009) , and "Microsoft BizTalk 2010: Line of Business Systems Integration" (Packt Publishing, 2011).
Richard maintains a regularly updated blog on topics of architecture and solution design and can be found on Twitter as @rseroter.
Top Customer Reviews
I enjoyed the "Notes" and "Pitfalls" called out throughout the book, including things you'll likely run into, as well as real-world, non-technical examples of abstraction, interoperability, and re-usability. All good talking points for non-technologists, and great analogies for use with clients. The coverage of truly asynchronous messaging is thorough, and there are some really great references throughout (the "Node data type conversion for service clients" table has been bookmarked in my copy since I first read it).Read more ›
Most of the knowledge you get from this book is applicable to BizTalk Server 2006 R2 as well, and is valid even though you are not "doing SOA".
Richard has a style of writing that's... entertaining and easy to read. Some books have a tendency to go on and on without really saying too much. Let me assure you, that's not the case here.
Agreed, this book is not for beginners... It doesn't walk you through creating artifacts but if you already have a knowledge of the biztalk, then this book will help you solidify your concepts and you will learn much more...
This book ain't for beginners!!!
Who is the reader of this book? What is the level of the reader? How good is the book structure?
I think reader should be a seasoned BizTalk developer. It should not be an entry level developer; they must read BizTalk documentation first.
This book is for architects, but for architects with wealthy knowledge of the BizTalk. I suggest it should be a senior level of BizTalk developer, which is equal to an Integration Architect title.
First three and last four chapters of this book you can read only for quick review your knowledge.
I am highly recommending chapters 4 to 7. They are from Richards's wealthy experience. They are the heart and soul of the book. I'd like to see much more such interesting things, maybe in next version of this book?
Is it about BizTalk 2009 or about BizTalk?
Chapters 9 to 12 are about BizTalk 2009 features and tools. Other chapters are not depending on the last version. They are more than that, better than that.
Is it about SOA Patterns?
Is it the "recipe" book?
There are several good recipes. But this book is not a recipe book.
Is it the button-to-button book?
No, luckily it isn't.
How is the book covering the material?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Even though I have a print copy of the book, I travel a lot so I put all my "working reference books" on my kindle, so I do not have to carry a lot of books ( WCF and Biztalk... Read morePublished on April 1, 2010 by Luis Rojas Mendez
A bit disappointing, not very much BTS 2009, and no real architectural viewpoints on SOA + BTSPublished on September 14, 2009 by W. J. M. Strien
Over the last weeks after finishing my collaboration with the ESB Toolkit project, I had the chance to read a great book on Biztalk called SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009 by... Read morePublished on July 6, 2009 by Hernan de Lahitte