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Rebecca Dias - Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation

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    Tech ED: Connected Systems Finalized

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    TechEd 2004 San Diego , CA May 24- 28, 2004 http://www.microsoft.com/usa/teched/home.asp Sunday Pre-Conference with Aaron Skonnard Essential Web Services: Programming with .NET and WSE 2.0 The Microsoft .NET framework makes it easy...
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    Benefits of working for a large company

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    Changing my perceptions of working for a large corporation Prior to Microsoft, I always worked for small companies. I was greatly impressed by the impact a single individual could have in a small organization and felt that one would get lost in...
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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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    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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    Boston Aug 13: Free XML & Web Services Developer training

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    I am working with engineering to put together a free day of developer training in Boston on August 13th in conjunction with the XML Web Services One Tradeshow. Register for the Microsoft Technical Briefing Day to learn about XML and Web services development...
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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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    Tech Ed - Sold Out

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    11,000 people networking and learning about MS solutions. Fun! I hope to see you there. Don't forget -- the Connected Systems track. :)
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    Tech Ed: New to Web Services?

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    Don't forget that if you are new to Web services, or you want to learn more about the internals of the [WebMethod] attribute and serialization, The basics of Web services security, and WSDL, attend the Tech Ed Pre-Con session with Aaron Skonnard. You...
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    Systems Management Server 2003 SP2 (Beta)

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    I've been in this job for only a few weeks man, and we have already had 3 rollouts of bits to the public. Too cool. The SMS 2003 SP2 (Beta) Program Is Open For Enrollment Evaluate Systems Management Server 2003 SP 2 (Beta) which is a rollup of hotfixes...
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    It will sell out! If you are an XML or WS Dev./Arch Don't miss this conf.

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    Want to know what is on the minds of folks like Tim Bray, Sam Ruby, and Don Box? Register for the upcoming Applied XML Developer's Conference today! Every year, this conference has sold out. Essentially, this conference is by those who Do for those who...
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    Security Drilldown Article - Web Services Enhancements (WSE)

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    The long awaited revision of the WSE Security Drilldown article by Don Smith has been posted! Go get it .
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    Why Use WS-Security and WSE

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    I know you all get annoyed with high level articles, but I felt it was important to get one out there that simply went after the high level benefits of WS-Security and why you would want to use Web Services Enhancements (WSE). I compiled a slew of internal...
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    APAC here I come - And yes it is one track

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    Random Thoughts: * We listened, we asked, we responded, the tracks from last year will be merged into one. Watch out for the call for papers for the Connected Systems Infrastructure (CSI) track. Get scientific and break out those .NET Framework 2.0, Commerce...
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    Teche Ed sells out while installing Whidbey Beta 2

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    What? How is it possible that Tech Ed is sold out so soon? Well, I am glad I was forcing people to get their registrations in and book their hotels to staff the Connected Systems Infrastructure (CSI) track. I just gave my first solo keynote in Toronto...
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    WS-Reliable Messaging submitted to OASIS

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    It is exciting to see WS-Reliable Messaging being submitted to OASIS. Read the press release here . There was substantial backing by vendors, customers, and academic institutions. Let's hope for a steadfast ratification of the specification!
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    Cabanas at Tech Ed 4 the Connected Systems Track

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    You tell me what you want. The cabanas are your time. What topics do you want to cover? I think it is natural to bring in the speakers after their session, but what else is interesting? Who do you want to hear from? What do you want to hear about? John...
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    Indigo and Interop

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    Ari talks about the upcoming VSLive event. Bill Gates talks about Microsoft's commitment to interop. The reason I came to Microsoft becomes more of a reality with each passing day. And Scott Woodgate will demo the powerf of our shipping platform at Tech...
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    Vinoski is Right (Contract First)

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    Vinoski and Tim are right about Contract first. I would expect no less from one of the Fathers of distributed computing. I learned this lesson first hand over eight years ago working with Charles White and Eva Guo on a project at HP. Yes, we built service...
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    A benefit of message level security: DOS

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    We had an intense conversation at lunch as a result of Rich Salz' talk. I am looking forward to the follow up from Keith Brown. Essentially, message level security married with Queuing can prevent you from CPU targeted DOS attacks. And with message based...
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    DevCon Selling out Quickly

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    We have had the registration site up for the Dev Con for a week now, and we are already more than half way full. A shameless plug for our co-sponsors. If you are looking for formal training on XML, Web Services, or the CLR, sign up for the PluralSight...
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    WSE Trace Tool

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    Simon Guest built a front end on top of the WSE trace files. Cool stuff. If this were productized, what additional features would it have?
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    Are you doing WSE work? Better start dialoging with Chris Keyser

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    Chris is doing a lot of real implementation work with WSE! He just started blogging, and his content is already intense. We have him slated for a formal article on MSDN for using SCT with virtual endpoints. In the meantime, he is seeding you with knowledge...
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    InfoCard - WEEE HA

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    Yesterday, Kim Cameron and John Shewchuck disclosed Microsoft's strategy for a unified identity metasystem based on the Web services protocols, WS-*. Check out Scott Mace's transcript of Kim's talk on the 7 laws of identity and an articles on ZDNet ....
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    WSE based Reliable Message

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    Hey everyone, George Copeland just published the reliable messaging implementation built on the WSE 3.0 community technology preview bits . It is not supported; however, should provide a great baseline for folks that need standardized rm. Check it...
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    DevMentor Training Course available for WSE and Advanced Web Services

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    Develop Mentor has recently launched a training course on Advanced Web Services. The course intended for developers who are already familiar with building Web services in .NET and wish to take advantage of the new Web Services Architecture standards...
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