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  • Cyrus' Blather

    Inside out

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    One thing i absolutely love about work is being able to debate and exchange ideas with a large number of brilliant and experienced software people. These discussions range from simple watercooler talk to out and out debates involving varied opinions from...
  • agazzeri's Blog

    My first application for Smartphone: SmartMETARs!

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    I've just got a new Smartphone, an i-mate SP3 . I'm quite excited about it; in my opinion it's a very good piece of technology in as little as 100g of weight. And the software is of course a big part of the smartness of it. So, I wanted to test how easy...
  • simon.says

    Presentations

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    The following is a list of my presentations: Web Services Interoperability (Japanese) This is a localized version of my Web Services Interoperability Deck (in Japanese) as presented at other events and forums. 12 Apr 2005 ...
  • .NET Banana

    Code Generation Tools, Distributed Object-Oriented Apps: Oaks, PA, Wednesday, January 19

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    Philly .NET is having a meeting at SEI in Oaks, PA on January 19th. There are two great speakers. Mitch Ruebush , an architect with ING Direct in Wilmington and author , will talk about code generation tools. Rocky Lhotka , MSDN Regional Director and...
  • Scott Holden's Blog

    The perils of GC.Collect (or when to use GC.Collect)

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    I often get asked about the garbage collector (GC) in the .NET Compact Framework. What is this magic thing that handles all my memory for me? Why do I run into out-of-memory situations and GC.Collect sometimes helps? In the past, I have spent some time...
  • .NET Banana

    Hands-On Labs: Malvern, Various Dates

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    Stan Spotts (Greater Pennsylvania developer evangelist) and Reed Sutton (Greater Pennsylvania technology specialist) are organizing a series of hands on labs at the Microsoft office in Malvern, PA. Reed will be leading the following workshops: February...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    Paschal Leloup: Tsunami report from Phuket, Thailand

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    Paschal Leloup and his wife Sinead, who many of you may know through their involvement in developers.ie, were near Phuket in Thailand during the quake. They are in good health and helping out with the rescue and recovery efforts. Paschal has been kind...
  • simon.says

    Predictions for Web Services Interoperability in 2005

    As we head in to the New Year, I thought it would be fun to put together some of my predictions for Web Services Interoperability in 2005. In no particular order, here they are: Popularity of "Contract-First" Web Service design will increase Thanks to...
  • Man vs Code

    Fowler - The King

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    For the IoC amateurs (like myself) out there - Fowler has a very good introduction using the style of P of EAA. Also, some very good updates to P of EAA here . The amazing thing is this guy writes stuff faster then I can grok it.
  • Man vs Code

    O/R redux

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    One of the big conversations that has been going on for some time in the Java world is how prescriptive container frameworks such as EJB and Spring should be. It is fairly well known, that for O/R mapping frameworks the same conversation exists since...
  • simon.says

    Books

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    The following is a list of my published books: Microsoft .NET and J2EE Interoperability Toolkit Discover how to build applications that run on both the Microsoft .NET Framework and Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE)—and extend your customer reach and system...
  • simon.says

    Top Ten Tips for Web Services Interoperability

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    I thought it might be fun to put together a "Top Ten Tips for Web Services Interoperability" - especially between .NET and IBM WebSphere, BEA WebLogic and some of the open source toolkits. I'd love to add other people's experiences, findings and comments...
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