Do you get the joke? previous: DSL Support for Brail next: SSIS Scheduling Conflicts? This just passed my email, and brought an ironic grin. Comments 06/26/2007 02:07 PM by Jeff Brown Not sure I get the joke, but... Are you somehow implying that BizTalk and Agile do not go together? gasp! Or is it framework-itis again? 06/26/2007 04:40 PM by Ayende Rahien You got that. :-) 06/26/2007 09:07 PM by Oran The name doesn't quite roll off the tongue... Microsoft ESB Guidance June 2007 Community Release, Microsoft ESB Guidance June 2007 Community Release, Microsoft ESB Guidance June 2007 Community Release.... say that three times fast. You don't feel so agile now, do you? I also find it ironic that they feel the need to inject the word Community into an already long title. Does insisting on a community make it so? Or is it meant to imply that most releases aren't meant for "the community", but this one is? Just call it "beta" and be done with it. That's the Web 2.0 way of implying "community", although leave it to Microsoft to invent/rebrand their own euphemisms... "Shared Source", "Community Technology Preview", "Rich Interactive Applications" instead of "Rich Internet Applications", etc. At least they dropped the "Technology Preview" part. 06/27/2007 12:13 PM by Dave heh :) Comments have been closed on this topic.