January, 2008

  • Justin Smith's Blog

    MySpace does WCF

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    My friend Vittorio has posted that MySpace will be talking about WCF at Mix 2008 ( see it here ). This promises to be a good session!
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    Life of a WCF Demo, Part 1

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    I thought it might be mildly interesting to document the lifecycle of a demo. Over the next week or so I have to design, build, and deploy a demo that shows off some of the web-centric features of WCF in the .NET Framework 3.5. First, let me state the...
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    PictureServices and BizTalk Services

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    Previous posts have talked a bit about PictureServices. Now I'd like to run through what it took to bring PictureServices to the BizTalk Services. I've talked a bit in other posts about BizTalk Services, but it has some interesting and very useful messaging...
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    XML namespace declarations in SyndicationFeed objects

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    Following on the heels of Steve Maine's post about namespaces in Syndication objects (Feeds, items, etc.), I thought it wise to plug the new stuff in PictureServices . At the moment, PictureServices implements SLE (Simple List Extensions), and does...
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    PictureServices updated to VS 2008 RTM

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    Today I updated PictureServices to work with the RTM release of Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 (what a mouthful). My testing rigor for this release was less than perfect. Please let me know if you find any bugs. For what it's worth, the...
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    PictureServices status update

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    I've received several mails about PictureServices and RTM. As some of you know, the Syndication API changed before RTM. The were subtle, but they did have an impact on the Picture Services project. Specifically, the simple list extensions part of Picture...
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    Random Post: Search Server Express

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    This isn't my normal area of interest, but I found this page on microsoft.com fairly interesting. It's a free search server (sort of like basic sharepoint is free) http://www.microsoft.com/enterprisesearch/serverproducts/searchserverexpress/default.aspx
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