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Posted 1 Mar 2007

Application Integration through Microsoft Technologies

, 1 Mar 2007
Describes Application Integration and discusses Different Microsoft technologies Related to Application integration




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Naveed Bajwa
Web Developer
Pakistan Pakistan
Naveed Bajwa, an experienced Lead Architect at Kalsoft Pvt. Ltd., received Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in Connected System Development. This is yet another value addition to KalSoft’s MVP Club. He has worked on several technologies including Microsoft .NET, .NET Remoting and other Microsoft Technologies. Apart from being the Solution Architect and Technology Consultant he is also heading the Department of Research and Development at KalSoft and working very closely with Microsoft.

Naveed Bajwa is a graduate of FAST (2000). He has substantial knowledge of Enterprise Application, Database Application, Web based Solutions, Business Process Improvement, Next Generation Windows APIs (WinFX), Windows Presentation Foundation (Avalon) and Microsoft Communication Foundation (Indigo).

Naveed Bajwa has worked as Development Consultant on a number of on-site foreign projects in Middle East and Europe. He has extensive experience of Microsoft BizTalk Implementation and Adapter development. Besides from development and consultation projects, he has conducted professional trainings of Visual Studio 2005, Microsoft .NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005 as a Microsoft Technology consultant; was a presenter on WCF (Windows Communication Foundation) in Pakistan Developers Conference 2006; delivered a presentation in Microsoft Developer Days 2006. He has also conducted a series of seminars on VS2005 and .Net 2.0 in various universities as part of VS2005 launch and is a member of multiple technology forums.

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