There are a lot of times when I am asked to complete a stack of technologies for building a Service Oriented Applications. And of course, like for everything, also for this topic there are a lot of answers (and opinions). Using this post I want to express my opinion based in my experience (through years in building medium-to-large applications for public and private sector), what are pieces to combine a SOA lego. So, here I am going to explain what are technologies that could be used to build a SOA application, of course Windows environment friendly. But, this post, is not attempting to give a complete tech stack for this type of apps.
Like everyone else has an opinion about new comings I also have mine and I want to share my bits why I think Windows Phone 8 should succeed. According to my opinion there are several reasons and conditions why next mobile operating system from Microsoft should make remarkable debut and gain significant percentage and momentum.
- “Windows Phone 7″ factor
- SP1 “culture”
- “The 8″ ecosystem
- Devices and functionality
Continue reading Why Windows Phone 8 should succeed?!
Just a year ago I couldn’t imagine writing this blog-post, but since I passed some experiences I’m really convinced for what I am writing here. If you are employed (self | corporate | startup | freelance | other type 😀 ) don’t just say: ou this post isn’t for me?! but please read till to the end because you’ll find something interesting even for your profile. I just want to show you here my two past interview experiences shortly and lessons I learned from them.
There is plenty of time I am developing applications for Windows Phone and…
- tools are great (aka Visual Studio rocks)
- learning content is great (aka msdn rocks (not as much as you imagine :D))
- third-party resources are great (growing and growing from day to day), etc.
…but there is something that is crucial, sensitive and final point (for a developer), and (trust me) is not working in this wonderland – publishing. Continue reading Windows Phone 7 and epic efforts to publish applications