February Connected Systems
Keeping Custom Code to a Minimum
Kevin Orbaker will be discussing why you should leverage integration through loose coupling and using the right tools for the job. He'll show us some examples that cuts custom code to an absolute minimum.
As Intergration Practice Manager at speakTECH, Kevin Orbaker helps clients to create seamless information sharing to enable business optimization and total information transparency through integrated systems and automated application process. Kevin is a member of the Microsoft CSD Virtual Technology Specialist team. He has extensive architectural and implementation experience with Microsoft's Enterprise Service Bus guidance. Kevin has years of integration experience with multiple technologies, including EDI, HL7, and Host Integration. Kevin has consulted for a variety of industries, ranging from commercial and residential real estate, entertainment, technology and public institutions.
Mike Vincent will be discussing the integration of Windows Workflow with Windows Communication Foundation in .NET 3.5. With the new System.WorkflowServices assembly, workflows can now more easily consume services and implement service endpoints with new Send and Receive activities.
Mike Vincent is a solutions architect with speakTECH, a Microsoft Gold Partner in Orange County, California providing clients with enterprise and software architecture and development services, primarily focusing on Microsoft .NET technology. He has been in the software business for over 20 years in addition to engineering and marketing management positions. He founded both the IASA SoCal Chapter and the Orange County C# Developers group and is Treasurer of INETA NoAm. Mike is a frequent presenter at local and regional user groups and a driving force for the SoCal .Net Technical Summit conferences. He was the principal local organizer for ITARC San Diego.