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  • Blog Post: REST Q & A - enough already

    Tim Bray at Sun has some questions and comments on REST . First, let me say that the religious wars over WS-* and REST seem to be generated by a very small number of people who have a very large amount of spare time. Don't these people have things to do ? Can it possibly be enlightening or helpful...
  • Blog Post: Fact Check – IBM’s Steve Mills claims on MS and SOA

    We saw an article on CNET that included quotes from Steve Mills of IBM directly related to Interop, SOA and Microsoft. Since Interop is one of our passions, we thought it would be worthwhile to respond. Given that we are approaching an election here in the US, we are employing a CNN technique. Let's...
  • Blog Post: XSDObjectGen ++ ?

    If you model your data types in XSD, then maybe you have used xsd.exe, in the .NET Framework SDK. It can generate a .NET class from an XSD, and so can be really useful in the general domain of "XML Data binding" as they call it in the Java world. However, there are some pitfalls with xsd.exe - it does...
  • Blog Post: Prettification of XML - .NET 2.0 partial classes

    Prettification of XML - .NET 2.0 partial classes I wrote about prettification of XML in Web Services earlier, and described how you can prettify your XML by modifying the generated code. As Ram points out, in .NET 2.0, you can use partial classes for a cleaner way to add the XmlNamespaceDeclarations...
  • Blog Post: Prettification of XML Serialization within Web Services

    Prettification of XML Serialization within Web Services This came up yesterday on an internal mailing list. A colleague remarked that, following best practices in modular schema design results in bloat of serialized messages, particularly with namespace attributes. This issue manifests itself when...
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