August, 2007

  • Justin Smith's Blog

    What's a Cybertopian?

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    If you do a web search on the term, you may find definitions that are less than flattering. That was certainly not my intention when naming this blog. I got the term from an interesting book I read a while back titled "Electric Dreams" (by Ted Friedman...
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    Setting HTTP Headers in WCF (.NET 3.5)

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    One of the cool parts of WCF in the .NET 3.5 is the simplified support of the REST architectural style. URIs, HTTP verbs, and HTTP headers are 1st class citizens in the programming model. Each of these citizens is interesting. I'll focus a bit on HTTP...
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    Check out Picture Services

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    A few days ago we released a new sample called Picture Services. As the name implies, this sample centers on pictures. More specifically, it demonstrates how to use the WCF API in the .NET Framework 3.5 to syndicate images from your local machine and...
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    On a personal note

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    I'm not one to make this blog a place for personal posts, but I have to make an exception today . Matt Winkler and I have been in Australia and New Zealand for their respective TechEd conferences. All in all it has been a productive trip. Yesterday we...
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    ASP.NET, WCF, and Asynchronous Programming

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    Jeffrey Richter told me once that a CPU was a terrible thing to waste. I don't know if he was the one to coin the term - in fact, I think he told me someone else coined that term. Regardless of where it came from, the principle behind that phrase is solid...
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