Matt Powell

Web Platform and Tools

January, 2005

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    MTOM reaches W3C Recommendation

    Congratulations to everyone involved in the MTOM effort. Today it became an official W3C Recommendation . This is now the standardized way to send binary data within a SOAP message. Hopefully we will have supported implementations soon. -Matt
  • Matt Powell might want to grab a kleenex...

    I was out sick yesterday with something my daughters gave me. I woke up this morning feeling much better (fever symptoms all gone) but I still had a bit of a runny nose. But this morning I had a dentist appointment to fix some fillings that I managed...
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    Mark Fussell on Binary XML

    Mark Fussell, currently working on WSE, let's loose on the W3C work on binary XML . Mark makes some good points. A few points of mine: I realize that you could trivially come up with a binary format that could replace XML, but then you need to get everyone...
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    Omri on the Web Services Architecture

    Omri talks about the Web services architecture on Channel 9. -Matt
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    New Feature of the MSDN Web Services Developer Center

    Many of the folks who read this blog read it on the home page of the MSDN Web Services Developer Center . On the dev center we added a new section on the hompage entitled "Most Active Web Services Newsgroup Discussions". This is an ASP.NET control that...
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    Web Services in 2005

    Back from a two week vacation (okay, I was back yesterday, but I was really busy yesterday), I wanted to reflect a little on the coming year and where Web services will be going. To start off I want to say where we are with Web services. First of all...
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