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Another scalp joined my collection - “Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010”. It was quite a big effort as it’s not the technology I use everyday (or have used in the past) on any of my projects. I had some prior experience with BizTalk 2006 R2 (including 2-day long practical course few years ago), but there was no other way but to use my own free time to get prepared. Within last 3 months, I’ve read 2 (and a half) books, myriads of articles and samples and I’ve made tones of practical examples on my corporate laptop (that part was a great fun, in the majority of cases…). But the result was worth it.
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Why do I write about that anyway? Because when I mention BizTalk in a conversation, people usually have no clue what I am talking about. Ladies and Gentlemen - let me present you shortest BizTalk FAQ ever!