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Rebecca Dias - Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation

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    eBay and Web Services - They luv em

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    eBay sold on Web services http://news.com.com/eBay+sold+on+Web+services/2100-7345_3-5245074.html http://zdnet.com.com/2100-1104-5245074.html
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    Clearly at times, I am a loser, but people I happen to work with are not

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    Thank you Tina Dow for being such a Rock Star and fixing things for me on my new blog site while I was not on VPN. You typify a Microsoftie for me. David Russell I owe at least 20 to you, and I have yet to meet you face to face. Sarah Jamieson...
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    I used to surf the web, now I traverse RSS feeds and Blogs

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    Blogs make you feel close to people... even ones you don't know. I have to say, my favorite blog has always been and continues to be Sam Ruby's. I was out in Seattle and had a bum approach me an I was rude. My friends walking with me looked at ...
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    A Metaphor for Secure Conversation and Trust

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    A methapor understanding SecureConversation and Trust. Chris Kaler a few weeks ago unlocked my understanding of SecureConversation and Trust with a very easy to understand metaphor. I think it is worth sharing. I have been spending a bit of time trying...
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    Documents are central to life and business

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    When a child in the U.S. is born, the hospital issues a government document to prove a child was born . This person later registers with the government to receive a document that proves they are a part of the social system. Later if the person...
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    I have returned to Land of the Working

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    Acabo de llegar después de dos semanas de vacaciones en Puerto Vallarta, México y Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Fui a dos bodas. Uno en el cual estaba una dama de honor. Ahoramente, tengo cuatro trajes de halloween :). Necessito hacer más amigos que no se...
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    Tech Ed Recap

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    For me, as a newbie to the Microsoft world, Tech Ed was most valuable for getting to know MS customers and industry leaders. I met many of the members and leaders within INETA the largest user group I have ever seen -- INETA is comprised of over...
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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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    WSJ RSS Feed

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    Scott sent me the url for the Wall Street Journal's RSS feed . Thank you Scott for being so excellent in the ATE booths last week. You have awesome people skills!
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    Benefiting the Consumer

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    Gates has set a precedence at MS to always to put the end-user first. How can we enable people? I dig CBDi's recent breakdown of a consumer benefit for technologies like federated identity and smart clients on PDAs. Check it out
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    Symphony

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    Don just gave me a hard time for being a poor blogger. My response to him is simply that I now have more appreciation for the community at large and their commitment to the daily diary. Perhaps I will have to schedule time during a coffee break...
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    Mark this day in the history books!

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    Congratulations to the folks that have been working on the specs that compose the Web services architecture. Today, the WS-Reliable Messaging and WS-Addressing specifications have been released. These specs will radically change the way...
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    Thanks to Don, Tim, and Sam

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    Thanks to Don and Tim for getting me setup. Seems a bit wild that I am now running a blog with code written by Don. I have been following the blogging community since my inaguration into the Web services world by Eric Newcomer and Oisin Hurley...
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    Applied XML Dev Conference Summary

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    "It really was a nice event. Interesting people, superior food, edge-technology discussions, and an excuse to go hike to the crater on Mt. St. Helens !!!!" - Ray Schraff, Hyland Software "The first day of the Applied XML Developers Conference...
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    Tech Ed: CTS302 Repeat tomorrow --- Due to popularity...

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    The WSE Security talk was so popular, firemarshalls would not allow everyone to get into the room. As a result, we have worked with Denise Smith to repeat the talk. CTS302 will be repeated tomorrow, Friday at lunchtime at 12:15 in room 33ABC. CTS302...
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    Applied XML Dev Con Planning - Call for Speakers

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    Chris has posted about the Applied XML Dev Con http://www.sellsbrothers.com/news/showTopic.aspx?ixTopic=1383 and continues with discussions on topics to highlight: http://www.sellsbrothers.com/news/showTopic.aspx?ixTopic=1386 Looks like we...
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    Updates to the Track - Whidbey Talk in!

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    CTS201 Connected Systems: Web Service, XML Serialization and Networking in .NET Framework 2.0 Friday, May 28, 2:45PM Room 10 Speakers: Yasser Shohoud, Matt Tavis Level: 200 The .NET Framework 2.0 is all about making it easier to build...
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