Matt Powell

Web Platform and Tools

April, 2004

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    The Hallowed Halls of MSDN

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    Chris Sells gives a tour on Channel 9 of the hallowed halls of MSDN. Catch the show here . But in order to make sure you were paying attention and since its a topic near and dear to my heart, take out your pencils and a sheet of paper and answer...
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    Top 10 Kent Resolutions

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    Since Kent won't tell us what his resolution is , unlike others of us who did (and I know I personally have suffered the humiliation of limited success in my resolutionary regard), I have come up with my own list of possible Kent Sharkey resolutions....
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    Check out www.WebServiceResource.com

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    http://www.webserviceresource.com A fairly new site with links to all kinds of Web service information from tools to tutorials to hosting services and even Web service developers. -Matt
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    WS-Security becomes Oasis Standard

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    The first of the WS-* specifications that Microsoft has been working on with our partners has made it through a standards body. Yesterday WS-Security was approved as an Oasis standard. WSE 2.0 will support this version of WS-Security (I don't have...
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    Steven Van Roekel on WS-Security

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    Now that WS-Security has become an Oasis recommendation , it is a good time to sit back and talk about exactly what WS-Security gives us. Microsoft's Steven Van Roekel does just that on Integration Developer News. In case you are curious about some...
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    TechEd PreCon: Essential Web Services

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    TechEd is fast approaching and you should be sure to check out the preconference sessions that are available on Sunday, May 23rd. In particular, if you want to come up to speed on Web services you should check out Essential Web Services: Programming with...
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    Answers revealed: The Hallowed Halls of MSDN

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    As promised, here are the answers to the pop quiz from my last post : 1. According to Chris, what does PAG stand for? Prescriptive Architectural Guidelines 2. What does PAG really stand for? Prescriptive Architectural Guidance Extra...
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    WS-Eventing Interop Workshop details posted

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    The Interop scenarios along with all the logistical information for the upcoming WS-Eventing Interop Workshop have been posted . If you have a WS-Eventing implementation you should plan on being in Redmond on April 15th. -Matt
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    What's new in the next version of ASMX Web Services?

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    With the pending release of WSE 2.0 with all its support for all the latest and greates WS-* protocols, we sometimes forget that the 2.0 version of ASMX Web services will be coming to us before long. Christian Weyer takes it upon himself to educate the...
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    Global MVP Summit Dinner

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    Had Sushi last night with XML, Indigo and Web service folks from Microsoft along with the MVPs who are in town for the global summit. A good time seemed to be had by all. My personal favorite moment was when Sam Gentile slurped down some Uni like a kid...
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    Results from the WS-Federation Passive Requester Profile Interop Workshop

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    Jorgen had us post the results from the WS Federation Passive Requester Profile Interop Workshop that occurred at the end of March. I imagine this means good things for the spec: The workshop demonstrated high levels of interoperability between...
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    Upcoming WS-ReliableMessaging Interop Workshop Details Available

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    Jorgen had us post the details for the upcoming WS-ReliableMessaging Interop Workshop hosted by BEA on May 12-13 in San Francisco. In addition to the reliable ping with and without failure scenarios from the previous WS-ReliableMessaging Workshop , they...
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    Remembering Grad School

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    Kent's post today got me thinking about my days back in grad school in Tallahassee, Florida. I wonder why? -Matt
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