Matt Powell

Web Platform and Tools

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    Mindreef releases SOAPScope 4.0

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    Simon noted that Mindreef released their next version of their SOAPScope tool for looking at SOAP messages . But now it does even more. Check it out . -Matt
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    VS .NET Beats WebSphere

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    eWeek reports : Microsoft Wins developer tool competition. -Matt
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    WS-Eventing Update Published

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    Microsoft and others published an update to the WS-Eventing specification . The bigger news is that IBM and Sun are co-authors on this update. For those who thought IBM and Msft were breaking ties when IBM was not on the original draft, I can say this...
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    MTOM reaches W3C Recommendation

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    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
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    WS Spec Q and A

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    If you have even a mild interest in the Web Service specification work that has been going on between Microsoft, IBM, BEA, and others I would suggest you subscribe to Jeffrey Schlimmer's blog where he answers a “Question of the Day” on understanding...
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    If you are at Tech Ed, Stop by and say Hi.

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    I'm currently workin' the booth at Tech Ed USA here in Orlando, Florida. I'm spending a bunch of my time here at booth # 33 in the Microsoft Pavillion. We are in the booth that discusses the current technologies of the .NET Framework for writing distributed...
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    TechEd and Web Services

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    I've made it down here to San Diego for TechEd and am currently sitting in a VERY comfortable couch in the developer section of the Cabanas. We have been working very hard over the past few weeks in preperation for TechEd and it is exciting to know...
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    Rant continued: Some reasons...that don't usually apply

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    My previous post on my distaste for encoding XML into strings and passing the encoded strings in the Web service message payload generated some feedback . While thinking over the possibilities for when it might be acceptable to encode XML, I came up...
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    The Identity Metasystem: Who are you?

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    Who? Who? Who? Who? Today we published two articles Identity on the MSDN Web Services Developer Center. These are very interesting reads since they define the context of Identity systems ( The Laws of Identity ) and then provide the general vision...
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    New Team - New Role

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    After about six years at MSDN, I've moved to a new position on the Web Platform and Tools Marketing Team at Microsoft. But although I am working in a different group, many of the things we are delving into are the same. For instance I am still working...
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    Common WSE Kerberos Problem

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    Mark Fussell discusses a common problem when using WSE 3.0 and Kerberos security . He answers the following question: I need advice with WSE 3.0 and implementing a web service that requires a Kerberos token. It seems that my simple web service and...
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    Mark Fussell on Binary XML

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    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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    The Approach Microsoft and our Partners are Using Toward Creating Web Services Specifications

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    Jorgen has just published an article that lays out the approach we are taking toward getting Web services specifications ratified. The answer is Workshops. Check out the article here . For all the latest scoop on workshops, check out the Workshops page...
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    Jeff Schlimmer shows us how it works

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    Jeff put together a really compellilng presentation of the message exchanges around the Devices Profile . For those of us who want to see the XML, this is an awesome extension to his article . -Matt
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    Launched!

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    With the Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005 and BizTalk Server 2006 launch, MSDN made a few changes too... For starters, with a new product like Visual Studio 2005 we assume that most people are either going to want to download the shipping version...
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    Web Service Experience Wanted

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    Microsoft is looking for folks with Web service experience. From the MPG listing : Lead Program Manager 5 years of program management experience, preferably with deep technical skills in areas of web services, distributed systems, internet...
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    GeeksWithBlogs Podcast on Windows Communication Foundation

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    Richard Turner and Payam Shodjai talk about the Windows Communication Foundation (you know, Indigo) on PodcastStudio.net . They talk about the Indigo Roadshow (one more date today and one more on Wednesday) and what they are telling people about WCF....
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    New Feature of the MSDN Web Services Developer Center

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    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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    WS-Transfer, WS-Enumeration and WS-Eventing to W3C

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    Jeffrey Schlimmer points out that these three specs have been submitted to the W3C. -Matt
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    MSDN XML Developer Center is live!

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    The new MSDN XML Developer Center is live! Congratulations to Dare, John and Mark on getting this done. Obviously there is some overlap in the XML Developer Center and the Web Services Developer Center but I think its safe to say that they each have their...
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    Web Services in 2005

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    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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    Dave Mendlen Again

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    I should have known that these things always come in threes. Adding to my previous post of Channel 9 videos of Dave on Web services, here is another where he talks about the process being used to create Web service specifications that ultimately are ratified...
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    Omri on the Web Services Architecture

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    Omri talks about the Web services architecture on Channel 9. -Matt
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    WSE 3.0 July CTP

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    The WSE team has put out an update to their earlier WSE 3.0 technical preview, but before you rush out and install it be aware that the new WSE 3.0 July CTP REQUIRES the July CTP of .NET Framework 2.0 or the July CTP of Visual Studio 2005. The July CTPs...
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    Um...you might want to grab a kleenex...

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    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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