Yasser Shohoud

Yasser's personal space on the Web

April, 2003

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    Chris Brumme's blog

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    I just saw Chris Brumme's blog . Wow! Judging by the timestamps on the entries, he's either got a voice interface for dictating posts into his blog or he was sitting on a gold mine of CLR tips waiting for an outlet. I'm guessing the latter :-)
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    A new addition to the Microsoft family

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    Robert Scoble has officially joined Microsoft as a technical evangelist. It'll be fun having Robert in the Seattle area. Welcome Robert.
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    Scotg is a blogger

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    I just learned that Scot Gellock has been blogging since April 5th. Scot is the dev manager on the Web services team and sits in the office right next to mine. Yesterday he came into my office and said "I tried Everett and found a problem that you need...
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    WSDL Designers

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    Christian points me at 5 WSDL designers that he's used. Of these 5 I have 2 (XML Spy and Omniopera) installed on my machine. In the end, I found myself using SlickEdit yesterday to create my Web service's WSDL. I was using SlickEdit for writing the C#...
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    VM Ware vs Virtual PC

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    I've installed and used both VMWare and Virtual PC on my tablet. VPC has one key advantage: It lets the guest OS use the right drivers for your hardware. VMWare installs its own drivers for things like display and network. In my case, VMWare's virtualized...
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    Coding to the tunes of Alchemy

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    I'm taking some time today to work on a stream-based Web service for posting blog entries while listening to Dire Straits' Alchemy . Too bad Visual Studio doesn't have a WSDL designer.
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    What difference does it make II

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    I've gotten some responses to my question including a posting from Sam and some comments/email. So far the feedback has mostly centered on: 1- Deployment: It is much easier if you just need to deploy the framework. I'm not sure I buy this. .NET makes...
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    WS-I test tools beta

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    WS-I has published a beta of its conformance test tools. Download them here and give them a try. They'll capture messages to and from your existing Web services then analyze them for conformance to the WS-I Basic Profile 1.0.
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    My book on .NET DJ Reader's Choice

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    Following Ingo' s footsteps, here is a link to my book on .NETDJ Readers' Choice . If you like the book, you can vote for it here . And while you're at it, you'll be asked to pick from a list of people, including Don , for the "best .NET human resource...
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    What difference does it make?

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    I wonder if anyone sees a difference in putting Web services features directly into the .NET Framework vs. having those features in a separate download named Web Services Enhancements . Does anyone actually care where the feature comes from?
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    Keith jumps in

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    Keith now has a blog! Welcome Keith. And thank you for pointing to this hillarious animation .
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    Life in the Seattle area

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    I'm at home in my new library listening to Pink Floyd on the radio and working on Whidbey specs. I'm really starting to like the local classic rock radio station . In general, I'm also liking the Seattle area quite a bit. Feb and March we did a lot of...
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    Being a good blogger

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    Don threw a comment at Becky and I today about not being good bloggers (we've both been slacking recently). So I thought I'd blog this:......
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    Keith Pleas Blogging?

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    I ran into Keith Pleas this morning at the coffee shop. He's seriously considering setting up a blog. Yes Keith, please do it :-) I personally would like to see everyone involved with .NET have an active blog.
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    Basic Profile 1.0 Board Approval Draft

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    The WS-I Basic Profile 1.0 Approval Draft is out. Think of this as the moral equivalent of a W3C Proposed Recommendation. This is the last chance for comments before it's set in stone (at least until the next version)
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