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My current passions are business architecture, enterprise architecture          
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Lecturer / Senior Research Scholar
  Monash University Caulfield, VIC, Australia Jan 2002 - Present

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Lecturing in Software Component Technologies (CSE3210) and Distributed Object Technologies (CSE5000). These subjects are centered on the Microsoft .NET architecture, COM+, DCOM, .Net Remoting, CORBA, J2EE architecture  and Java Beans. I will be teaching the concepts using C# and Visual Studio .NET as the IDE.

The lecture topics will also include ADO.NET, Win Forms, Web Forms, XML support in .NET, .NET Web Services, .NET Remoting Web Services and consuming Web Services. (Web Service clients.) I created the CSE3210 subject web site using ASP.NET (C#), ADO.NET and SQL 2000 Server. This web site will also facilitate as a web portal on .NET developments for the students.

My research will be based on building intelligent agents on large web farms on MS .NET Framework. I would also like to pursue my passion with XML Web Service implementation on multiple operating systems. (Security, Two phase commit transactions, UDDI , Web Services Anywhere etc..)




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