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  • simon.says

    Asia Tour Update

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    I'm currently in Malaysia, preparing to present at an Architecture Symposium on Web Services Interoperability. I'm planning a very interactive, demo-led session to show exactly what can be done today including basic Web Services Interop, integration of...
  • simon.says

    Running JWSDP 1.5 Interop sample on J2SE 5.0

    If you've recently downloaded my JWSDP 1.5 interoperability sample and tried to run the Java portion on J2SE 5.0 you may have experienced some "unable to decrypt message" errors. To fix this, adjust your java.security file to read as follows: security...
  • This is my old blog

    Peeking Into Google

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    One part I loved about the article is: " All machines run on a stripped-down Linux kernel…." "The downside to cheap machines is, you have to make them work together reliably," Hoelzle said. "These things are cheap and easy to put together...
  • Omar Shahine

    Take Control of E-mail

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    Today I decided to stop the madness. An email every few minutes and desktop alert + sound to go with it makes it to easy to lose focus on my task at hand and look at my inbox. While I loved this feature when Outlook came out, it's become my achilles heal...
  • simon.says

    Corrupted Web Casts

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    A couple of people have written to me now, having trouble viewing two the Web casts listed on this page (and also through Interoperability month): * WS-Security Interoperability between WSE 2.0 and BEA WebLogic 8.1.3 * Web Services Interoperability between...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Vacationing in Florida this Week

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    We're vacationing in Orlando this week. We're staying at the Hyatt Grand Cypress for a couple of days and then we're going to stay at the Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Studios for the rest of the week. We usually fly the Alaska Airlines red eye out...
  • Reckless

    RePublish

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    I still think this was my best post yet, so I am going to republish it... The Integral of Life If you happen to home school your children, if you are a teacher, or you tutor folks now and then, this is a great way to teach calculus: Life is equal to the...
  • Federated Infrastructure

    Political Forest and Domain Design

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    In my work with a large number of federated customers, the unavoidable component of Active Directory design is the age-old question of "How many forests do I need?" This is simple to define, but challenging to discuss in the board room. There are three...
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    Consumer side RFID killer app!

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    OK, we've all read for the last x years about how RFID is going to be a breakthrough technology for the supply chain. But what about more immediate consequences on the daily life of everybody? I've found the reason for which IMHO it's worth waiting for...
  • Michael Rys

    How to check for the XML document constraint

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    During a recent newsgroup exchange , we discussed how to constrain an untyped XML data type to be a document. Kent recapped my statement and Darshan provides an attempt at writing the constraint . Unfortunately, it is not quite correct. Continue to see...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    List of my RSS writings

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    I've written my fair share on RSS , so I thought I'd list out the links and give the list a permanent home, 'RSS writings' .
  • Buck Hodges

    Team Foundation Dogfood

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    We're rapidly approaching the time for Whidbey Beta 2. It is the first beta for Team System as a whole. As a part of that, we'll be using it as our dogfood system. I'm really looking forward to that, as each new dogfood "release" allows us to make more...
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