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Rebecca Dias - Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation

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  • Blog Post: Vinoski is Right (Contract First)

    Vinoski and Tim are right about Contract first. I would expect no less from one of the Fathers of distributed computing. I learned this lesson first hand over eight years ago working with Charles White and Eva Guo on a project at HP. Yes, we built service-oriented systems back then too! Don Box is giving...
  • Blog Post: Indigo Bits for MSDN Subscribers

    The Avalon and Indigo Community Technology Preview is now available, but to MSDN subscribers only for now. Sells is pushing content about the bits on the Indigo section of the Longhorn developer center on MSDN.
  • Blog Post: Why Use WS-Security and WSE

    I know you all get annoyed with high level articles, but I felt it was important to get one out there that simply went after the high level benefits of WS-Security and why you would want to use Web Services Enhancements (WSE). I compiled a slew of internal and external discussions and worked with Benjamin...
  • Blog Post: Indigo and Interop

    Ari talks about the upcoming VSLive event. Bill Gates talks about Microsoft's commitment to interop. The reason I came to Microsoft becomes more of a reality with each passing day. And Scott Woodgate will demo the powerf of our shipping platform at Tech Ed. The full track to be disclosed shortly.
  • Blog Post: Your Tech Ed Requirements for the Connected Systems Infrastructure (CSI) track

    Tech Ed is closing in and Yumay and I want to know your requirements for the Connected Systems Infrastructure track. What critical talks would you like us to cover? There will be a marriage of solutions oriented talks and feature drilldown talks covering topics like security, management, reliable messaging...
  • Blog Post: iPAQ without a phone, why bother?

    That is what I thought when my boss, Dr. Bix, gave me a new iPAQ (yes, ungrateful person). It sat in my office for a few months collecting dust until today when I ripped it open. So it has a keyboard, so what, it's not a phone and where is the camera. Well,we are demanding of technology these days. Have...
  • Blog Post: Tech Ed: BPI and Connected Systems

    Believe it or not, Tech Ed planning has begun. And I have a question for you. The Connected Systems track last year was very successful. There is a discussion on marrying the content from that track and the BPI track (Think BizTalk and Host Integration Server). What are your thoughts? What problems are...
  • Blog Post: Do I know what you are doing?

    Blogging has always lead me to find out about things I didn't already know about. So I figured I would throw this out there... I track numerous projects for current WSE customers to help drive product direction, customer evidence, etc. There are some really awesome use cases out there span numerous usage...
  • Blog Post: MTOM is now a Candidate Recommendation at the W3C

    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.
  • Blog Post: Are you doing WSE work? Better start dialoging with Chris Keyser

    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 today. Get into the dialog.
  • Blog Post: What do you identify as?

    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 to know if you would benefit in a trade show...
  • Blog Post: DevCon Selling out Quickly

    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 Campsight event.
  • Blog Post: Jorgen and I in an interview with Web Services.org

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

    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 lucky and smart, that would include you, the attendee...
  • Blog Post: WS-Eventing implementation

    There are numerous folks out there doing some really kewl stuff with the WSE 2.0 bits. Savas for instance has been doing work with Grid computing and now has an implementation of WS-Eventing coming down the pipe . What are your business needs? Have you given us your WSE 3.0 wish list?
  • Blog Post: Are you ready for your own conference?

    Anyone going to Tech Ed who wants to do a brainstorming session on how to pull off the best applied XML and Web services trade show, let Chris or I know. We rocked last year and are still discussing the possibilities of this year. It was truly a no overhead conference with lots of brain draining discussion...
  • Blog Post: Connected Systems and Tech Ed

    I just want to start off by saying thank you to the numerous folks that I received submissions for the Connected Systems Track we will be having at Tech Ed this year. We tried something new this year. We lined up the track to provide solutions for common customer problems. I believe the track will be...
  • Blog Post: Tech Ed Talk Titles Nailed Down - The Track will be awesome

    We have an awesome track this year! We are calling the track Connected Applications . Web services will be a huge component of the overall track. The theme will be providing solutions for a number of customer problems for distributed connected applications including interoperability, versioning, performance...
  • Blog Post: Gartner Application and Integration Conference

    My apologies for the delay.  We just added a new server for the GotDotNet bloggers.  We were requested not to add new entries for a couple of days.  Live again! Here is the slide deck that Greg Andrews, Architect and Program Manager for Core eCommerce Servers at Hewlett...
  • Blog Post: Architectural Guidance

    There was tons of effort put into this comphrensive guidance.  I learned a lot about the MS platform when I reviewed this one.  Would love to know how valueable collateral like this is for you: FoodMovers: Building Distributed Applications using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Learn...
  • Blog Post: Reliable Messaging Workshop was a Success!

    I am desperately behind on all the wonderful things I want to blog about.   I feel a major sense of relief now that the PDC is over with and Indigo is disclosed.   My dialogs will be far more fluent moving forward as a result of this.   As a Microsoft employee the strongest anticipation...
  • Blog Post: Metaphors for Reliable Messaging, Protocols, and Policies of systems

    Earlier in the Summer I took a rock climbing class at Stone Gardens in Ballard. I left the gym pretty fired up thinking this would be a great way to explain some our WS-* technology to the not so technologically savvy. I spent a couple of hours that evening talking with a climber about the metaphor....
  • Blog Post: Service Oriented Architectures, broadband, and outsourcing

    Social implications of making SOAs a reality I have begun doing executive briefings at Microsoft.  10 months of employment and I now know enough about the MS offering to really begin engaging.  Generally what these briefings entail is discussing with C level executives   (CIO...
  • Blog Post: A Metaphor for Secure Conversation and Trust

    A methapor understanding SecureConversation and Trust. Chris Kaler a few weeks ago unlocked my understanding of SecureConversation and Trust with a very easy to understand metaphor. I think it is worth sharing. I have been spending a bit of time trying to find out where the metaphor breaks down to prove...
  • Blog Post: Documents are central to life and business

    When a child in the U.S. is born, the hospital issues a government document to prove a child was born . This person later registers with the government to receive a document that proves they are a part of the social system. Later if the person chooses to travel, they get another document...
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