Kevin W. Hammond

Developer Evangelist

February, 2004

  • Kevin W. Hammond

    Son of NetBIOS?

    • 2 Comments
    The WS-Discovery specification is live on MSDN. Reading the Introduction leaves me with the sense that NetBIOS lives.
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    Endpoint references and WS-ReliableMessaging

    • 2 Comments
    Recently, I’ve been weighing the work required to update the MSMQ transport to support endpoint references . At first, my sense was that the majority of the folks using Web services today weren’t ready for the increased burden that endpoint...
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    5 e-commerce Pet Peeves

    • 6 Comments
    I'm watching my wife try to by shoes (the name of which shall remain nameless) online. It's led me to rant about a few of my pet peeves about shopping on-line: 1. Don't force me to create an account at your Web site just to buy something. If I walk...
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    Digging deeper into the WSE 2.0 transport model

    • 4 Comments
    Hervey and I just spent some face time discussing the implementation of the MSMQ transport and a very interesting thing came to light. First, I suggest you read Hervey’s blog entry on Channels that sets the stage for how the MSMQ transport is implemented...
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    Thinking about one-way SOAP messaging

    • 4 Comments
    Working on the MSMQ provider for WSE 2.0 has really changed the way I think about SOAP messaging. Most of my customers are still working with what I would refer to as “classic” or “traditional” Web services – SOAP over HTTP...
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    StockService samples and the MSMQ transport provider

    • 9 Comments
    I had some traveling time this week and was able to get back into the MSMQ transport for WSE 2.0. After making sure the transport provider continued to work as expected with the latest build and my shim of a test harness, I tackled the modification of...
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