BizTalk: Interview: Skills measurment


Please, mark your skills in the table. 
I completely understand that nobody ever tried ALL the BizTalk features.    
   
Name                                                      Number of the Projects      Months             Skills Mark (1..10 or A,B...)


artifacts:
applications   
ports, groups, locations   
FTP   
SOAP
WCF   
HTTP   
SQL   
WCF   
SMTP, POP3   
MSMQ   
SharePoint   
LOB: EDI base, Siebel, etc. (name them)   
pipelines
pipeline components   
schemas   
maps   
database functoids (or custom DB mapping)   
Xslt   
Xslt templates   
orchestrations   
transactions   
atomic scopes  
long-running   
compensation scopes    
exception scopes     
persistent points   
correlations   
helper .NET classes   
SQL data bases (with relation to the BizTalk)   
hosts, instances   
adapters   
parties   
EDI, AS2 system   
policy, rules, vacabularies   
BAM
ESB Toolkit   
BAS 
Development: 
orchestrations   
port-to-port   
helper .NET classes   
custom adapters   
custom pipeline components   
custom functoids   
rules…   
BAM   
BAS   
ESB  
 Debugging Tuning-Up:   
VS
Nunit   
BizUnit   
LoadGen 
SoapUI  
stress testing   
performance metrics   
different utilities (name them)   
multi-server debugging   
MOM   
HAT   
Adm.Console   
PerfMon   
 
Deployment: 
MSBuild
BTSDeploy   
BTSTask   
MSI, Binding   
multi-server deployment   
clustered MessageBox   
WMI scripts  
   
Development techniques:   
   - correlation   
   - convoy parallel   
   - convoy sequential unified   
   - convoy sequential non unified   
   - long-running transaction   
   - transaction compensation   
  - FIFO   
   - send data to SQL   
   - receive data from SQL   
   - data validating   
 - error handling in the BizTalk applications   
  - BizTalk to/from WS/HTTP apps   
* test-driven development   
* .NET development tools   
   
Programming skills:   
* test-driven programming   
* VS.NET   
* script languages, utils   
* SQL: database normalization, programming   
 Web-programming   
low-end programming   
   
 
   
 

   
Several questions (sorry, no more than 2-3 min for answer):
 
  • How do you study BizTalk? what are the main sources of the information? 
  •  Describe creating the full-featured BizTalk application. Just the steps.   
  • Describe debugging the full-featured BizTalk application.   
  • Describe deploying the full-featured BizTalk application.   
  • Monitoring the BizTalk application:   
       


   
Skills Mark Legend:   
 can describe purpose and functionality 
 2 made Sample(s) 
 3 used in one project 
 used in one project recently  
 used in several projects 
 6 used advanced functionality 
 can show my answers in forums and articles in blog 
 8 used API (in code) 
 9 can teach other developers, can show pro and cons 
                 OR  
 A know something 
 B can use in standard cases 
 C can use advanced features, API 
 expert 
 

Print | posted on Thursday, July 10, 2008 2:40 PM

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