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    Creating a General-Purpose, Asynchronous SOAP Client in ASP.NET 2.0

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    How's that for a blog-post title? There are a couple cool things shown within this post, highlighting 1 or 2 as a title was a little difficult. A customer said that they have a testing org that needs to call web services and record the results. They...
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    Inline an XML Schema into Your XML Document

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    A good friend of mine, Derek Noonan, pinged me to ask how to inline an XML Schema into an XML document. For instance, think about a WSDL document that has the schema types inline with the WSDL document itself, you would want to figure out how to pull...
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    Just Blog to Win a Free XBox?

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    Can't get to Vegas or Orlando? Have you heard about the Microsoft Web Experience events in Los Angeles and Denver ? Want to win an XBox 360 simply by cutting and pasting? Read on. These Web Experience events are about the technologies that Microsoft...
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    Outlook Clone using WPF

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    You gotta check this out… creating an Outlook clone using WPF ! As we go around the nation talking to customers about .NET 3.0, I am usually the guy who demos via Console apps. Most of the stuff I show is about services and workflow, focusing on WCF...
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    Wow! I Finally Think I Get Workflow!

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    I have been talking about Windows Workflow Foundation since last PDC. I have done countless demos, showing off basic workflow authoring, creating very simple custom activities, creating rules, using XAML for workflows, even scoping transactions. Typically...
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    Telco 2.0 Meets Web 2.0: Network Mashups

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    There's a great report posted on NetworkMashups.com called " Telco Web 2.0 Mashups: A New Blueprint for Service Creation ." There are some pretty choice pull-quotes from this paper. "As Microsoft has long maintained, if an operator wants to play in...
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    Is Microsoft Overwhelming?

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    I hear all the time that Microsoft is not innovating, that Microsoft is a follower… that Microsoft is just trying to play catchup in the world of Web 2.0. Hell, let's lay it on the table… Martin Fowler tries to assert that Microsoft is in trouble , saying...
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    Some Information Card Goodness

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    As I am covering CardSpace for various customers, I am asked frequently how to build a Secure Token Issuing Service or a Relying Party website using non-Microsoft technology. We have examples of how to create a Relying Party using ASP.NET , and now several...
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    The Winner of the XBox 360 for the LA Event Is...

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    Zach Bonham wins the XBox 360 for the LA Web Experience Event! Congratulations, Zach! For those who are wondering how he won it, all he had to do was blog ...there's still time to blog and get in the game for the Denver event next week!
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    Live Image Search is a Sad Commentary on My Life

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    Don't ask how this got started, but late tonight I wound up on a Live Image Search for "Kirk Evans" . If my wife weren't asleep right now, she'd be doubled over laughing hysterically. In the first 20 results, there is a Verizon Palm Treo phone. My...
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    The Winner of the XBox 360 in Denver is...

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    We've been running a contest through blogs to give away an XBox 360 . As part of the keynote in the Denver Web Experience event, I opened up Excel and used the RANDBETWEEN function (highlighting the point of local software and enabling the knowledge workers...
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