XML Eye for the Object Guy

Tim Ewald embraces the XML lifestyle...

March, 2003

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    Outbound from Seattle...

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    I've been on the road for most of the last 5 weeks, so it's good to be heading home. I've been a road warrior for most of the last 7 years, so I'm used to getting up early to catch a flight. This morning was no exception: I woke up, packed up, and rolled...
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    If you read no other spec this year...

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    I haven't had time yet to say anything about the latest batch of WS specs. WS- Addressing is far and away my favorite. That's not to say that WS-ReliableMessaging is not very important, but WS-Addressing helps me make a point. We all know that...
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    Accessing raw XML messages from an ASP.NET Web Service

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    My House of Web Services column about accessing raw XML SOAP messages in an ASP.NET Web service is now online at the MSDN Magazine site . The sample code is also online.
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    RSS vs. Blogging

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    Don't let Don fool you, he did plenty of talking during my meeting with Rael and Tim O'Reilly on Friday. We talked a lot about different ways to use RSS, both for blogs and other sites. Much of the conversation focused on RSS clients. The basic readers...
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    Back in the saddle

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    My blog has moved from it's old location to this page. I'm making the change so that I can start using Don's latest public blogging engine, which is designed to prop posts much more quickly. I'll do my best not to vanish into the dark again....
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    Bringing Web services to MSDN

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    I spent a couple hours this afternoon with Jeff Barr, evangalist for Amazon's Web services , and Tim O'Reilly and Rael Dornfest from O'Reilly . They came to talk to a bunch of folks from the MSDN and Microsoft.com teams about their experiences...
  • XML Eye for the Object Guy

    Back in the saddle

    • 6 Comments
    My blog has moved from it's old location to this page. I'm making the change so that I can start using Don's latest public blogging engine, which is designed to prop posts much more quickly. I'll do my best not to vanish into the dark again....
  • XML Eye for the Object Guy

    Bringing Web services to MSDN

    • 6 Comments
    I spent a couple hours this afternoon with Jeff Barr, evangalist for Amazon's Web services , and Tim O'Reilly and Rael Dornfest from O'Reilly . They came to talk to a bunch of folks from the MSDN and Microsoft.com teams about their experiences...
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