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  • Blog Post: Why the PSVI Should Not Be Used for Web Services

    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 explanation of my addition. This article explains...
  • Blog Post: SOA Link Collection

    There are a lot of resources on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) available on the Internet, and I am trying to collect some of them that go beyond the buzzwords into some meaningful discussion on the relevance of SOA, the concepts surrounding SOA, and (most importantly) implementations of SOA. ...
  • Blog Post: Last PDC Pics

    Nikhil Kothari and Scott Guthrie at the "Rocking the Web with ASP.NET Whidbey" Symposium. Mark Fussell presenting on System.Xml in version 2.0 of the .NET Framework. Great presentation! Steve Smith, Alex Homer, David Sussman, Mark Fussell at the book signing...
  • Blog Post: More Pics from PDC

    Anders talking about C# enhancements. Me, Carl Franklin, and Mark Dunn in the Westin Hotel. The INETA Allstars Band... Carl Franklin on guitar, Jeff Prosise on drums, G. Andrew Duthie vocals, Richard Hale Shaw on bass, and Shawn Wildermuth on acoustic....
  • Blog Post: Photos From PDC

    Jim Allchin delivers the keynote. Amazon's app is cool, but looks alot like Safari. Vishwas Lele and Kevin Griffie of Applied Information Sciences talking with Clemens Vasters. The Bloggers BOF (aka The Clemens Vasters Show): Robert...
  • Blog Post: .NET - XML And Web Services Perspective

    Notes from the Don Box, Tim Ewald, and Martin Gudgin session, “XML Web Services Perspective“: The first part of the presentation flowed around the System.Xml stack. Mostly the basics... XmlReader, XmlWriter, XmlDocument, some XPath, namespaces, XSLT, and schemas. Nothing new, but entertaining...
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