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Designing Asynchronous Processing Using COM+ Queued Services

, 31 May 2003
An introduction to COM+ queued services.
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Partha Kuchana
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United States United States
Partha Kuchana is an enterprise systems architect. He has 10 years of experience in the areas of enterprise architecture, project coordination, design, development, mentoring, and training and is a Sun Certified Enterprise Architect. During the last several years, he's worked on numerous client-server, e-business, Web portal, and enterprise application integration (EAI) projects at various client sites in United Kingdom and the United States, involving both Microsoft and Java technologies.
He's worked with products from vendors such as IBM, Sun, Microsoft, and Rational and with methodologies such as Rational Unified Process (RUP). He has extensive experience applying design patterns in application architecture and design and has successfully architected and designed B2B systems and complex heterogeneous systems integration using middleware and messaging products from various vendors. Partha has published software-related articles in several leading magazines.

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