Matt Powell

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    Bill Gates on Web Services

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    ...and other topics, in this eWeek interview . And just in case you are wondering, those Web service inter-op fests are called Workshops and you can find all the information about them on the Workshops page of the MSDN Web Services Developer Center. ...
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    WSE Policy Advisor from MS Research

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    The folks at Microsoft Research have put together a tool, the WSE Policy Advisor , that looks at your WS-Policy files for WSE and makes suggestions on problems and holes. And as of today it has been updated to work with the brand spanking new SP3 of WSE...
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    Update to WSERM for WSE 3.0 Available

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    We just posted an update to the WS-ReliableMessaging sample code that George Copeland wrote that works with the RTM bits of WSE 3.0. George posted his original code with the initial CTP release of WSE 3.0. The new version works with the RTM versions of...
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    Welcome to the MSDN Web Services and Other Distributed Technologies Developer Center

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    What a mouthful! That's right, we've changed our name, our layout and what we talk about. The MSDN Web Services Developer Center is now the MSDN Web Services and Other Distributed Technologies Developer Center . Please accept my apologies for the...
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    How to test your Web site w/ IE6 while running IE7

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    Pete put a VPC up awhile back, but the image does have a timebomb. The first timebomb was set to go off on 4/1/07 so an update has been put up so that you can test your Web apps w/ IE6 . Pete deserves all the credit in the world for getting this up...
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    MSN Web Services

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    MSN felt that they reached critical mass with their technologies for developers so during PDC they launched the MSN Developer Center . Included in their offering of developer technologies are Web services interfaces to MSN Search and MSN Virtual Earth...
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    Children and Humor

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    It occured to me recently that one of the greater joys I have of my children growing is to see their sense of humor develop. It begins somewhere around 5 years old where they start to get a knack for the rhythm of a joke. Here's one I recently heard from...
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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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    The Future of Longhorn and Indigo

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    In case you didn't see it, Microsoft announced that Longhorn would ship in 2006 and that Indigo would be available in XP and Win 2003 versions. Of course we have been saying that portions of Indigo would be available on XP and Win2003 for awhile now ...
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    Problem with the WSE 3.0 July CTP

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    Two problems were found with the just published WSE 3.0 July CTP . 1. The Add Web Reference feature in the July CTP version of Visual Studio 2005 does not generate a WSE enabled proxy. To work around the problem, modify the generated proxy base...
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    National Weather (Web) Service

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    NOAA is doing XML! It does my heart well to see our government going the SOAP route. Get your official NOAA forecast. And as Kent mentions , although they are SOAP, they decided they would use RPC/Encoded instead of Document/Literal. Oh well. At least...
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    Carnegie Mellon Musical Theatre

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    My oldest daughter, Katie, is a senior in high school and therefore is applying to various colleges across the country. She is a pretty talented actor, singer and dancer so she is trying to get into a first rate theatre program, and in particular is trying...
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    The first look at WSE 3.0

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    Today we released a Community Technical Preview of WSE 3.0 . Check out the release notes for details on what is new. We also made some changes to the WSE page on the MSDN Web Services Developer Center that should make it a lot easier to use and a bit...
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    Washing Machine Fun

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    I just got back from vacation and right before I left my washing machine broke down. It wouldn't pump the water out of the tub (it was doing a constant beeping...and then when I unplugged it, let it set for 90 seconds and then plugged it back in, the...
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    Questions about WSE 3.0

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    One of the most common questions I'm getting here at TechEd is, "What's new in WSE 3.0?" The single biggest answer is that it is completely integrated with Whidbey (Visual Studio 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0). You are required to have the .NET Framework...
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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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    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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    Excellent News Around Web Service Federation

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    Yesterday we published two articles on the concepts of a federated identity metasystem on the MSDN Web Services Developer Center. Today we took the next step -- we published two new Web service specifications: Web Single Sign-On Interoperability Profile...
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    WSE 3.0 - Run released WSE on released .NET Framework 2.0

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    It's available! Get the final release of WSE 3.0 today. You also want to check out the updated Hands on Labs on messaging and security . -Matt
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    MSDN Magazine Web Services Issue

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    In case you haven't caught it yet, the entire March MSDN Magazine is now online. Subject: Web Services! Many good articles. Check it out. -Matt
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    WSE Trace Tool

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    Simon Guest, Mr. Web Service Interoperability, put together a tool to trace WSE messages using the built in tracing capabilities of WSE but providing a nice UI and nice way to view the results. Take it for a test drive at Simon's blog . -Matt
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    Emerson College Musical Theatre Audition

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    Audition #2 in the ongoing effort for my daughter Katie to get into a top notch Musical Theatre program. Last weekend it was Emerson College in Boston. This has always been at the top of my daughter's list, partially because last summer she met someone...
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    Aaron Skonnard on Blogs and RSS

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    Frequent contributor to the MSDN Web Services Developer Center, Aaron Skonnard, has had his latest MSDN Magazine column posted on the topic of Blogs and RSS . It is a nice introductory Q&A on what this blog stuff is all about. -Matt
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    Free Microsoft Virtual Server

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    Web service developers are often using virtual servers to setup a virtual netwrk of services. Well now you can get Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 for free . -Matt
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    Recent Web Service Specification News

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    We've added a new section on the MSDN Web Services Developer Center homepage called "WS Specification News". You will find it in the right hand column just below "Recent Headlines". This will provide a list of the most recent happenings around - of all...
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