simon.says

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July, 2004

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    soap.mqseries:// sample

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    When presenting Web Services and interoperability, I like to emphasize how Web Services are not tied to any underlying transport or protocol. WSE 2.0 is a fine example of this, and can be extended by creating your own custom transport. To demonstrate...
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    Jorgen on our Web Services Protocol Workshops

    You may have heard how 'Microsoft is working with other vendors' on upcoming Web Services specifications, but exactly how does the process work? Jorgen Thelin explains all in his article on the Web Services Protocol Workshops Process .
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    MSDN Web Cast

    For those that may have missed it, I presented a Web Cast this morning on Web Services Interoperability and Integration. I believe this will be available for online viewing in 48 hours or so. MSDN Architecture Webcast: Interoperability and Integration...
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    Interoperability Architecture Section in July DDJ

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    Ok, admit it... Who went to JavaOne this year? If you did, and you still have your bag of goodies to hand, take a look through to see if you have the July edition (Issue #362) of Dr Dobbs Journal. In the middle of the magazine is a pull-out poster...
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    MSDN Web Cast this morning!

    Don't forget to join Mauro, John, Drew and I in this morning's Interoperability with Web Services Web Cast: MSDN Architecture Webcast: Interoperability and Integration using Web Services - An Industry Perspective - Level 200 July 12, 2004 - 11:00AM...
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