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Microsoft has publically released the content from their BizTalk 2010 training course - this includes the PowerPoint decks (with instructor notes), Word docs of all the modules, 1.5 gigs of videos, and virtual machines (for Hyper-V only) for all the labs.

The downloads are available at: BizTalk Server 2010 Developer Training Kit

From Microsoft's site:

About This Hands-On Lab
This five-day instructor-led course consists of a series of hands-on labs that provides students with the knowledge and skills to develop applications using Microsoft BizTalk Server. The labs focus on how to work with schemas, maps, and pipelines; process flat files; implement transactions; integrate business rules; and more.

Audience Profile
This course is intended for Developers who want to learn how to develop applications with BizTalk Server.

At Hands-On Lab Completion
After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Work with schemas, maps, and pipelines, and create flat file schemas.
  • Configure a new FTP, HTTP and Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) adapter for BizTalk Server
  • Use BizTalk Orchestration Designer to create and test a simple orchestration.
  • Configure orchestration properties and variables, deploy an orchestration, and create and deploy a rule set and execute those rules from within an orchestration.
  • Define, deploy, and map a BAM observation model.
  • Use the deployment and management features in BizTalk Server
  • Build a simple Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service and client and configure BizTalk Server to use a WCF Adapter.
  • Create a Microsoft .NET class library project that will contain a WCF Adapter.
  • Deploy artifacts needed for processing certain EDI documents and for turning XML messages into EDI.

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Posted on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 9:58 AM BizTalk , Training | Back to top


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