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    Call Web Service Proxies via Reflection

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    I received an odd question from a mailing list that I am on. The poster wanted to iterate through the Web References for the current project and call a method that appears on each endpoint. The first thing that popped into my mind was, "Why does every...
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    GUIDs and XSLT

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    An interesting email today... how do you generate GUIDs for every output element using XSLT? The short answer is "you don't." XSLT itself doesn't have the capability to generate GUIDs. Suppose that every node in the result tree needs a GUID attribute...
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    Pretty Cool Site on C# 2.0 and Service Broker

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    I was browsing the new SQL Server Service Broker Developer's Spot , and I ran across an interesting link: http://www.dotnetfun.com/ Michael G. has been tinkering with some of the new stuff coming out in Summer this year, and he has written a series of...
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    Florida .NET Code Camp

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    I am in the Ft. Lauderdale airport waiting on my plane (they have free wireless at the Cruzan Rum Bar just outside TSA security), on my way home from the Florida .NET Code Camp. Man, that was a blast. I talked about WSE 2.0, and ended up doing demos of...
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    What Does a Developer Evangelist Do, Anyway?

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    What does a Developer Evangelist do? Talk. A lot. Sometimes, I even get to code, but then I have to talk about it. Here is a rough schedule for this week: 2/2/2005 - Speaking at an SOA conference in Atlanta on "What's New for Web Services in .NET 2.0...
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    The Coolest Commercial Curently Airing

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    The Coolest Commercial Currently Airing award goes to... Visa Checkcard. A lady stands in a parking lot. She looks into her purse, then turns upward frantically, "Help me!!! Will somebody please help me?!?" The next image is a huge dude with long blonde...
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    Rushi Desai - Ya gotta read this guy's stuff

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    Rushi Desai has only had 9 posts to his blog (just hired to Microsoft, and all 9 are this month), and this is already my new favorite blog to read. Check out his post on Integrating InfoPath with SQL Server 2005 . It doesn't quite ring until you read...
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    Free BizTalk 2004 Training in Atlanta, March 1 2005

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    RDA Corporation Presents: EAI BizTalk Click here to Register for event. The workshop will cover the following areas: Introduction to E-Business & BizTalk: A general introduction to E-Business concepts and to BizTalk 2004 E-Business Integration: Types...
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    Interesting Times: Verizon to buy MCI for $6.7 billion

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    Under the agreemnt [ sic ], Verizon will pay $4.795 billion worth of its stock and $488 million in cash for MCI’s shares. In addition, MCI shareholders will be paid dividends worth $1.463 billion. Verizon is also assuming MCI’s debt, expected to total...
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    Atlanta Code Camp... Filled Up Already?

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    Wow! Developer Days 2004 didn't have this type of response. Just 5 days after the announcement, the Atlanta Code Camp is already filled up. The Florida Code Camp filled up about that quick as well, and I bet we see the Charlotte Code Camp fill up pretty...
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    More Service Broker Goodness

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    Another great resource for the Service Broker: http://blogs.msdn.com/rushidesai/ It was through this blog that I found the SQL Server Service Broker Developers Spot . Speaking of the Forums, there are a couple great samples in the forums for anyone starting...
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    WSE 2.0 SP3 Released

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    WSE 2.0 SP3 was released today. See the WSE 2.0 SP3 Readme for details on what has changed. According to Mark , it installs fine on a .NET 2.0 box but is unsupported given that .NET 2.0 is still beta.
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    Geek Out and Drink Beer in Atlanta

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    Glen is posting about the February installment of the Atlanta .NET Pub Club on February 17th, 2005 . See his blog for details.
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    Register Now for the Atlanta Code Camp

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    The Atlanta Code Camp will be held at the Atlanta Microsoft office on May 14th, 2005. Hurry up and register... it will fill up fast as attendance is capped at around 200. http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032269566&Culture...
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    Atlanta Code Camp

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    Several people asked for it. Michael blogged about it . Mark Dunn will be announcing registration details for Atlanta Code Camp on .NET Rocks this Friday. If you are interested in speaking at this event, see Michael Earls' blog entry .
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