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No Fun Intended Shoo! You are debugging the crap outta me! XML & Web Services
This blog is moooooooving....

There is no better time to start a new blog than the start of a new year. My interest in .NET has been waning for a while now. I know GWB is a technology community, not just a .NET community but I think it best to have my own site and the like.

I want to thank Jeff Julian and John Alexander for the outstanding community and allowing me to set up shop here. Keep in touch.


Here is my new blog.

Posted On Sunday, January 1, 2006 7:09 PM

Garter's Magic Quadrant for Web Services
You can find the complete report here. I was kinda suprised to see that Sun wasn't in the top three for the ability to execute. Here is the list of the top three visionaries and the top three companies with the capability to execute: Visionaries Microsoft SAP IBM Capability to Execute IBM Microsoft Oracle Some strange ones that made the list that I wouldn't have thought would be there: Tibco Software Progress Software/Sonic Software WebMethods SeeBeyond Fujitsu ......

Posted On Saturday, July 16, 2005 2:37 PM

Doug Turnure @ ETNUG
Doug gave an excellent introduction to Indigo at last night's meeting. Any one who missed it will have some catching up to do. I was amazed at the reduction in code to implement security, transactions, and transport. Wow. From 57,300 lines to just 3. What a hoot. Web services may actually become fun. ;-) What really interested me was the Indigo 'pipeline'. What a concept.I have just two questions:1. Will there be any support for Indigo in VS.NET 2003 or will we have to wait until VS.NET 2005 is released ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 29, 2005 8:57 AM

Microsoft Marketing
I was talking to a few guys that I work with at RamSafe today and they did not know that Yukon would allow you to write stored procedures in C# or VB.NET. I felt that this was common knowledge but I guess not! We are Microsoft Partners and they did not know... I know that at this point the information is there for people who seek it but at what point will Microsoft start marketing this? I see parts of our business that could be made better with BizTalk, also, but it is too soon for me to start making ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 20, 2004 4:50 AM

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