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    WS-Eventing Republished

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    WS-Eventing was republished today with Sun and IBM joining in the effort. This is great news as it proves that the industry is reaching agreement around a composable architecture for the WS-* specifications. Note also that WS-Eventing references WS-Addressing...
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    Atlanta .NET User Group Tonight

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    Arghh... 2 hours until this meeting, hopefully it hits everyone's aggregators in time. Tonight's Atlanta .NET User Group meeting should be a great one! Starting off the night, Doug Ware of Magenic will talk to the group about the Visual Studio Express...
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    Why the PSVI Should Not Be Used for Web Services

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    The WS-I Basic Profile 1.0 should include in its claims that schemas will not rely on the Post Schema Validation Infoset (PSVI). In the meantime, I submit this issue to Simon's web services interoperability potential issues list with a rather lengthy...
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    DateTime, Date, and Time Serialization for Yukon

    Michael Rys, SQL XQuery PM, is asking for your help on the appropriate serialization format for DateTime, Date, and Time within SQL Server Yukon . Go to Kent's blog and cast your vote. Here are my wishes: Q1:xs:datetime-2, xs:date-3, xs:time-1 Q2: 2 Q3...
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    Web Services Tracing Tools

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    Simon Guest announced a new WSE 2.0 tracing tool that looks pretty slick, and supports tracing both HTTP and TCP. Whenever I have given presentations on web services, people want to know about the tools that are available for tracing. Here's a short list...
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    .NET custom configuration sections: NameValueSectionHandler and DictionarySectionHandler

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    I recently saw a question posted on working with configuration files in .NET. > I wanted to do something like > > <appSettings> > <Servicing> > <add key="Report1" value="???"/> > <add key="Report2" value="???"/>...
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    Sam Gentile's New Portal

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    If you haven't already, you need to set a bookmark for Sam Gentile's new portal . Sam is a great resource for all things CLR, Rotor, and COM interop. The documents section has a link to his article in MSDN on COM interop, which is one of the best explanations...
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    WS-Addressing submitted to W3C

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    WS-Addressing has been submitted and recognized by the W3C as a member submission. This is great news. Note the company names of the authors: Microsoft, IBM, BEA, SAP, and Sun. This is great news as it shows that the industry is starting to agree on the...
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    Speaking on SOA at the Chattanooga .NET User Group 08/10/2004

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    I am speaking at the Chattanooga .NET User Group tomorrow, August 10th. I had a heck of a time coming up with a topic, and decided to put together a session on SOA that fills the gaps between Metropolis and HST . This session is titled “The Pipes...
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    XmlNoNamespaceWriter Redux

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    I recently received a comment from DotNetDave , or someone posting as him. The comment referred to a post I made titled “ Removing Namespaces in XML, Security in ASP.NET ” in which I updated a link to another post entitled “ How do I...
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    Our Team is Hiring Microsoft Evangelists

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    Like speaking at user groups? Do you look forward to TechEd and PDC for the chance to network with other developers? Are you usually the go-to person that everyone asks how to do something using .NET? I am a .NET Developer Evangelist. I have an incredible...
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