Yasser Shohoud

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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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    Messaging vs. RPC: It starts at design-time

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    Chris Kinsman comments: I have been looking at both but I have yet to see a compelling treatise that indicates why/how a non-RPC model makes sense. Folks talk about it but I have yet to see .NET code that doesn't just give lip service to messaging but...
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    What's the RPC secret?

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    Tim observes I think one of the reasons that the RPC model still dominates many people's thinking is that we really haven't gone beyond the HTTP binding defined in the first SOAP spec. Agreed. Recently I observed two phenomena that might well be the...
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    Proposed Addendum to SwA

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    It's finally out . This addedndum to SwA proposes solutions to the two key problems with SwA : - How are attachments referenced so that they are included in the message infoset and so that MIME headers do not pose a security threat. - How does an end...
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    Basic Profile WG meeting in SLC

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    I'm here in SLC, UT attending the WS-I Basic Profile WG meeting. We've done a lot of work on BP 1.0, it's really close. I'm sitting next to Jorgen and Keith keeps mistakingly referring to Jorgen as Yasser :-) There's also been a lot of sample app interop...
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    Opinions on WS-I Basic Profile?

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    I wonder what people think about the WS-I Basic Profile 1.0 in general? More specifically, what do people think about the fact that it allows document/literal and rpc/literal message formats? Do people really think we need two message formats? Sure, I...
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    Will other tech book publishers follow?

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    Apparently Wrox is shutting down . I wonder if other publishers will follow and how this will affect the quality of tech books.
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    Custom faults in asmx

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    Custom faults in asmx...
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    Newtelligence should join W3C and WS-I

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    Clemens Vasters : newtelligence should probably really join W3C and WS-I, ... I'll second that.
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    VM Ware on tablet pc

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    I just finished installing VM Ware on my tablet PC. Just for grins, I installed Windows 2000 Server as a guest. Performance is amazingly reasonable. Only one problem: When I go into full screen mode, my tablet rotates the screen automatically and I have...
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    Happy Birthday Becky

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    Happy birthday Becky . I sure am glad to have you on the Web services team at Microsoft.
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    Nintendo at the age of 31 months

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    My two and a half year old son started playing Nintendo today. He can move Mario on land and in water and jump. He looks to be on track to be programming by the age of 5. I wonder what language I should teach him, C# or VB?
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    WS-ReliableMessaging is here

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    WS-ReliableMessaging was published this morning.
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    Confused by ws-xyz specs ...

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    Tom Richards : I am trying to approach .NET from the point of view that I don't want to just be a coder or programmer. I have been working and studying aspects other than how to create a good winform or webform. I am more interested in how to create application...
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    Exciting Times

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    Tim stopped by my office to chat today before he went to join Don for what looked like an all-night coding session. Although I wanted to join them badly, I had to go work on another project that'll settle a hot debate in the Web services world. These...
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    My first blog entry

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    I've been wanting to start a real blog for a while now. I actually started one right before I joined Microsoft then I got too busy with the move etc. and it never did get off the ground. Now thanks to Scott , I have a real blog!
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