Thursday – community win: How do you develop?

Hello and welcome everybody to our Thursday - Community Win.

This time I wanted to lift up the newly joined BizTalk MVP Michael Stephenson from the UK, I've had the pleasure to meet up with him at System Connected User group in the UK that him and Saravana Kumar runs. So, It's fun to see even more MVP's and other community members joining us on the TechNet Wiki.

Michael started out something I hope he will continue to give us articles like this in the TechNet Wiki community, different ways to develop for BizTalk although its related to BizTalk the idea around the concept can be well adaptive to any other developing platform. His First article the BizTalk RFID & NServiceBus has already reached critical mass and I'm pretty sure that this weeks featured article will do the same soon. Its all about:

Behaviour Driven Development with BizTalk

the reason why I wanted to highlight this as community win is the fact that articles similar to this can help companies figuring out their way of doing development, by centralizing the way development is done within (in this scenario) BizTalk applications at a specific company, and then creating guidelines and playing around with ideas will make it easier to create applications that others can take over, guidelines to hand to consultants on how things is done at out company etc.

I would love to see more of these types of articles, and it does not have to be related to BizTalk, it can be for Sharepoint or just general development, are you up for it? If you have any or decide to create one, leave me a comment so I can check it out!

Norwegian Ninja Tord (Blog, Twitter, Wiki, Profile)

Comments (3)

  1. Wow, this is a great and ambitious use of TNWiki! Thanks go to Michael and Tord!

  2. Pete Laker says:

    A nice introduction and collection of links

  3. aw says:

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    You amazingly come with really good posts. Thanks a lot for sharing your blog Microsoft.

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