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Rebecca Dias - Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation

August, 2004

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    Security Drilldown Article - Web Services Enhancements (WSE)

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    The long awaited revision of the WSE Security Drilldown article by Don Smith has been posted! Go get it .
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    Surfing - A newbie all over again

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    I went surfing yesterday for the first time since my knee surgery and feel awesome. I am learning aspects of my life all over again. I took the advice of my PT and did not push it. Baby steps all the way. 3 waves and a very expensive speeding ticket later...
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    MTOM is now a Candidate Recommendation at the W3C

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    Gudge is the man! Thanks for all your hard work. Check out some of his early implementation code and samples . MTOM (Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism) is now a Candidate Recommendation.
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    Are you doing WSE work? Better start dialoging with Chris Keyser

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    Chris is doing a lot of real implementation work with WSE! He just started blogging, and his content is already intense. We have him slated for a formal article on MSDN for using SCT with virtual endpoints. In the meantime, he is seeding you with knowledge...
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    Specs committed to be royalty free

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    I get this question a lot. "What are the IP terms associated with the WS-* specifications?" So we put up a Web site to let people know. Check it out .
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    What do you identify as?

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    Is there such as thing as a Web services developer? What do you identify as? A SQL dev or a SQL Server dev? Information Systems dev? VB, C#, or Java? J2EE/EJB developer? MSMQ or MQSeries? Do you identify as a distributed systems developer? Why? I am curious...
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    WSE Trace Tool

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    Simon Guest built a front end on top of the WSE trace files. Cool stuff. If this were productized, what additional features would it have?
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    DevCon Selling out Quickly

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    We have had the registration site up for the Dev Con for a week now, and we are already more than half way full. A shameless plug for our co-sponsors. If you are looking for formal training on XML, Web Services, or the CLR, sign up for the PluralSight...
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    Jorgen and I in an interview with Web Services.org

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    Here is a slice of some of Jorgen's and my thoughts on MS and Web services.
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    What is the Dev Con?

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    XML and Web Services Technology to fill your head and possibly make it burst 1 track 1 room 1 chief anta protagonist - Chris Sells 16 speakers from across the industry 130 devs and architects working on XML or Web Services based solutions (If you are...
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    It will sell out! If you are an XML or WS Dev./Arch Don't miss this conf.

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    Want to know what is on the minds of folks like Tim Bray, Sam Ruby, and Don Box? Register for the upcoming Applied XML Developer's Conference today! Every year, this conference has sold out. Essentially, this conference is by those who Do for those who...
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    WS-Addressing goes to the W3C with Sun on Board!

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    Lots of buzz should be expected today about the submission and acceptance of WS-Addressing to the W3C . WS-Addressing is core to the messaging infrastructure for the WS-* specifications. It provides the necessary baseline for synchronous and asynchronous...
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