Reckless

Rebecca Dias - Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation
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    Tech Ed Talk Titles Nailed Down - The Track will be awesome

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    We have an awesome track this year! We are calling the track Connected Applications . Web services will be a huge component of the overall track. The theme will be providing solutions for a number of customer problems for distributed connected applications...
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    Logistics for the WS-Eventing Feedback Workshop have been posted

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    Tibco is hosting the WS-Eventing Feedback Workshop. I just saw email go by announcing the logistics. They will be posted shortly here . For a great high level definition of WS-Eventing and how it fits into the big picture, read Omri's blog entry .
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    Windows or Walls or TV Screens? Which is it?

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    Windows that double as... kewl.
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    Tech Ed Call for Talks Over

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    Thank you to everyone for the numerous abstracts. I had a phenonomenal turnout on talks. ( Potentially too many ;)-. I have already 20 talks over my allocated 18 that I am prioritizing. Submission is now closed.
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    Tech Ed - Web Services Track - Submit TALKS!

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    I will be leading the Web Services Virtual Track at Tech Ed this year. If you are interested in speaking, submit me your abstracts by Monday! I have already pinged a series of Industry Evangelists that I know have a great handle on the subject matter...
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    FELIZ ANO NUEVO - I'm Back

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    Sara Williams worked with folks on her team to get the MSDN bloggers site up. The official blog roll lives on MSDN now even though it is hosted on ASP.net. So you can get to my blog from either http://weblogs.asp.net/rdias/ or http://blogs.msdn...
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    Web services, a business model?

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    Welcome to my new blog site. Hopefully my old entries will be migrated to this new site in January. For the better part of December I will be silent visiting customers, then family, and finally friends. Happy New Years to all! I had an email...
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    I have a new blog site

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    Everyone on the GotDotNet blog roll will be moving their blogs over to weblogs.asp.net. My new blog will be: http://weblogs.asp.net/rdias/ and the syndication feed will be: http://weblogs.asp.net/rdias/Rss.aspx What this means is that we will be maturing...
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    WS-Security (WSE) on the Compact Framework

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    Casey Chesnut wrote a crypto library for the compact framework and uses the Smartphone 2003 simulator with WSE to get WS-Security running on CF. Curious to know your thoughts on all of this . Please note that this posting is not an endorsement even...
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    I love Boston

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    Spent the day at Fidelity Investments listening and participating in a Web Services Summit.  I tried my hardest to get out of it because I did not want to travel during Thanksgiving. The lady next to me on the plane had bronchitis. I felt bad for...
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    Snow is on the ground here... Surf regardless!

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    I have a load of friends down in Sayulita Mexico surfing right now - Ye be spoiled! I went surfing with some folks from the Seattle chapter of Surfrider on Saturday before heading to Baltimore for the Gartner conference.  It was desperately...
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    Gartner Application and Integration Conference

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    My apologies for the delay.  We just added a new server for the GotDotNet bloggers.  We were requested not to add new entries for a couple of days.  Live again! Here is the slide deck that Greg Andrews, Architect and Program...
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    Architectural Guidance

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    There was tons of effort put into this comphrensive guidance.  I learned a lot about the MS platform when I reviewed this one.  Would love to know how valueable collateral like this is for you: FoodMovers: Building Distributed Applications...
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    PDC

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    I am not giving up on blogging about my PDC experience.  Rather, I have decided to wait until I have more value to offer.  I have read so many blog entries on the PDC with substantial and great coverage that I feel one more summary would have...
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    Art Wolfe

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    I just went to a lecture at the University of Washington given by Art Wolfe . It was truly amazing. I really can not re-cap the experience. You have to love photography and be present to really get the full effect.. I am generally not one that appreciates...
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    Reliable Messaging Workshop was a Success!

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    I am desperately behind on all the wonderful things I want to blog about.   I feel a major sense of relief now that the PDC is over with and Indigo is disclosed.   My dialogs will be far more fluent moving forward as a result of this.  ...
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    Contest for free software

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    First person to respond to me and tell me what the following means and sends me their mailing address, I will send you a copy of Windows Server 2000. Yes, it is old software, but the upgrades are cheaper. Really, I just want to see how quickly one of...
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    Metaphors for Reliable Messaging, Protocols, and Policies of systems

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    Earlier in the Summer I took a rock climbing class at Stone Gardens in Ballard. I left the gym pretty fired up thinking this would be a great way to explain some our WS-* technology to the not so technologically savvy. I spent a couple of hours that evening...
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    The Red Sox WON --- Well in the Post's Dreams

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    The Post went to print touting the Yankee Defeat All those beers were drinkin in vain last night. At least it is good to know that some things never change, and the Red Sox curse remains. But! The Post is actually living in a different reality...
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    Web Services Enhancements Engineering Lead is now Blogging

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    The man behind the magic curtain, Hervey Wilson , is now speaking on a public forum... Here is the rss feed . Check out his demo code on Secure Conversation and trust .
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    Service Oriented Architectures, broadband, and outsourcing

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    Social implications of making SOAs a reality I have begun doing executive briefings at Microsoft.  10 months of employment and I now know enough about the MS offering to really begin engaging.  Generally what these briefings entail...
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    Things to Know

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    Victory declared on WS-* I have been hearing a lot of feedback from customers asking for more transparency on which specs are complete and which ones we expect to see more churn on.   We started a web-site to help disseminate more...
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    Little bit of comedy on a day of mourning

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    First thing I heard this morning was that Johnny Cash passed away this morning.  Tonight I will be melancoly and my arm hair will raise reflecting on Sept 11th and listening to some of Johnny's potent music.  There are few artists on...
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    The Best Web Services Article I have Read in a long time

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    Security Drilldown in Web Services Enhancements 2.0 by Don Smith Don Smith has recently published the best article I have read on Web services security .  It is not light reading, but he does an incredible job putting very difficult to understand...
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    Am I a Sell Out?

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    Recently there was an article by Daryl Taft on MS' aggressive recruiting tactics .  In my mind, Microsoft has always been an excellent recruiter.  This is demonstrated by the strength of the many employees that I am surrounded by that have...
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