simon.says

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April, 2004

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    Going to TechEd? Meet me for breakfast!

    Are you going to Tech-Ed 2004 in San Diego? If you are, and want to talk 'Web Services Interoperability' over breakfast on Thursday 27th, make sure you sign up for DEVC35. Come chat about successes (or failures!) of making Web Services Interoperability...
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    What is the Microsoft Architecture Center?

    Never heard of the Microsoft Architecture Center ? Consider it your one-stop resource for articles and news around application, enterprise and systems architecture. A great way to start is by checking out the Architecture Center Update, released every...
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    WS-What?

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    Ever wondered what WS-ActiveProfile and WS-SecureConversation are? Here is a nice wiki-based glossary of WS-* specifications, with their appropriate description: http://nagoya.apache.org/wiki/apachewiki.cgi?WebServicesSpecifications
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    Ryan checks out my book...

    Ryan Storgaard checks out my book in his blog ...
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    XBox in Japan

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    Just in case you didn't think the XBox was gaining popularity in Japan... Here's a line of people waiting to play on the streets of Akihabara.
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    MSDN Architecture Center now available as RSS Feed

    Keep up with the latest architectural guidance and content from Microsoft by subscribing to the MSDN Architecture Center RSS Feed: http://msdn.microsoft.com/architecture/rss.xml
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    Portable Devices: Dedicated or Multi-purpose?

    I’ve been reading a few articles over the past few weeks about dedicated vs. multi-purpose portable devices, and the pitfalls and merits of each. For example, I’ve read comments that the iPod is a better device for playing music than the PocketPC...
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    Demo Gods

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    When faced with delivering presentations, I believe we are all subject to a supernatural experience unlike any other. Although it doesn’t dramatically alter PowerPoint slides, this force has the ability to affect any demo that you give in your presentation;...
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