All About Interop

Connecting .NET to just about anything else

May, 2006

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About All About Interop

This Blog is dedicated to exploring interop opportunities between .NET-based systems and other systems.  The key approaches to interop covered here include: Web services, REST/POX, message queues, dedicated bridges, and others. 

Dino Chiesa is the primary author of most of these articles.  Others may also contribute from time to time.

This blog won't carry human interest stories.  No birth or death notices, health or hobby updates, etc.  This is just interop. 

About the theme:
On July 23rd, 2007, I moved to the "Kid congo" theme for Community Server.  I added a few customizations to get the colors and layout the way I wanted them.  It uses a CSS-based layout. 

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    Infocard and Interop with Java

    Infocard and Interoperability Is Infocard Interoperable with Java? Channel9 has a new segment entitled Infocard Explained . Infocard is Microsoft's second take on addressing the issue of federated identity on the web; the first ...
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    JavaOne 2006 - Interop Session (Web services and MainWin)

    JavaOne2006 - Interop Session I went to a few sessions at JavaOne 2006. One was called Best Practices for Interoperability Between Java Technology and .NET Server Applications - it was put on by Ray Lai , an independent, and Marina Fisher...
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    New Skin = Archives

    I updated the format of this blog to get the Archives list. Just picked a new skin in communityserver administration - I am using a variant of "Hover."
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    Microsoft at JavaOne 2006

    JavaOne 2006 JavaOne 2006 happened this past week in San Francisco. Microsoft, like last year, had a booth, and we talked mostly about interoperability. Why is Microsoft at JavaOne? The number one question we got at the booth was...
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    WSDL First Best for Interop, but... at what cost?

    While doing my random walk I found this recent post by Aaron Skonnard. Good topical commentary around the issue of "WSDL First" design, and the challenges people experience with it. The problem addressed in that post - if you do WSDL First, you don...
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