Monday, December 19, 2005

Notes on Billy Hollis's Talks

I read quite a few Billy Hollis's articles from VB.NET columns, but I never meet him in person until this "P & P" summit. He gave two talks at "P & P" Summit : "Smart Client Case Study" and "Re-engineering to support workflow." Here are some notes from his talks:
  • If we try to convert a legacy system to an .NET application, read his slides first for the lessons he learned.
  • Declarative programming is what you want whenever possible
  • Deal with developers who are not familar with .NET programming
  • Workflow = Work + Flow
  • Service Broker is the best for "Work"
  • BitTalk is good for "Flow"


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