I'm Jason Hogg, a Program Manager on the Microsoft patterns & practices team. Myself and a cast of patterns & practices rock stars including Don Smith (http://blogs.msdn.com/donsmith/), Jonathan Wanagel, David Trowbridge, Larry Brader, Nelly Delgado and many more are responsible for planning and developing guidance relating to Integration. For the last 9 months we have been focusing on Web service security and have three very exciting projects in the pipeline. Rather than bore you with the nitty gritty details of all of them - I thought I would start with the first, and then over the next week or so talk more about the others.
Anyway, before I turn this into a book, I thought I would conclude by emphasizing how important we value our customers contributions to our work. For most of our projects we set up customer advisory boards that help us better understand specific requirements, we alsouse GotDotNet workspaces to get feedback on beta releases to help us fine tune our deliverables prior to release. Discussions on our workspaces are often the most interesting as we get to observe multiple people's opinions on subjects which allows all of us to better understand the intracacies of certain scenarios. We are also happy to interact directly. I should also mention that Don is also working on a survey which will help us determine what challenges we focus on as we start to consider what guidance should accompany WCF. If you have ideas please let us know...
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