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SOA in 10 Steps
It is quite easy to say that the IT world is a diverse world. For instance, it is quite rare that you would find an enterprise that is built upon a single vendor’s technology stack. Instead, you most likely find that a company is made up of a patchwork of systems. Some of the systems are based upon UNIX, some Microsoft, and some others (sometimes items that are considered legacy). A company’s software and data repositories are something that grows quite organically over time. Usually you will find ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 23, 2008 4:33 AM

Professional ASP.NET 3.5 In C# and VB Book Available Today
The new edition of the Wrox ASP.NET book is officially on the shelves today! Amazon received their shipment and it is now in stock for a CHEAP $34.64. My co-authors, Scott Hanselman and Devin Rader, revamped this book and added quite a number of new pages to deal with the new features from AJAX to IIS 7 to LINQ to this book. We really focused on helping the ASP.NET developer understand the tools, APIs, controls, and environments at their disposal for this release. ASP.NET is, in my humble opinion, ......

Posted On Thursday, February 28, 2008 8:46 AM

IIS 7.0 Rocks the House!
Yes, we have Windows Server 2008 coming. Yes, also SQL Server 2008 and Visual Studio 2008, the .NET Framework 3.5, and more - but probably one of the more exciting new items to come at this same time is IIS 7. As Scott Guthrie states in his recent blog post on IIS, this is a major update to the technology. IIS 7 will allow for a plug-in architecture and allows you to take out all the pieces of the IIS stack that your applications don't need. It also allows you to build your own extensions and plug ......

Posted On Saturday, September 29, 2007 7:55 AM

Web Services - Sending Large SOAP Messages
I have been working in the area of Web services for some time and I am on a project where I needed to distribute some extremely large datasets to some clients (Windows Forms). So, imagine an interface where you need to request information about an entity and you have a service where you can send in an array of entities to then get back an array of result sets about each one of the identifiers passed in. We had one such application and it worked quite nicely in that we built some ASP.NET 2.0 Web services ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 13, 2006 1:33 PM

Bill Evjen's Learn ASP.NET Page
LEARN ASP.NET:Items of Importance in the ASP.NET World This is an ever-changing list of ASP.NET resources out there for folks that are interested in learning about ASP.NET and what it offers. Also, with the huge amount of ASP.NET material out there, this list attempts to cut through the clutter and provide you with a list of some of the top material out there. Feel free to add additional items by either emailing me or adding via the comments below. Thanks. If I am *JUST* starting, where do I start? ......

Posted On Friday, December 10, 2004 10:07 AM

Tour of Presidential Code
Besides looking at the candidate's issues and how they hold a pen or something of that matter, I usually head out to their websites and take a look at the code they are putting out there as well. It do find it interesting in how and what technologies people use when using technology as a tool. My review here of Presidential code is by no means saying who you should vote for - I stay away from those conversations - but use it as you wish - that's all! My first stop was in Texas country! 1) Republican ......

Posted On Tuesday, February 24, 2004 11:05 AM

Scott Guthrie's Talk - WSV200 - Overview of ASP.NET Whidbey
ASP.NET Whidbey Themes Developer productivity Reduce ASP.NET V1-V2 lines of code by 2/3rds Enable rich scenarios not easily possible today Administration and Management Easiest platform to manage and administer Totally Extensible Platform Replace/extend all built-in features + services Customize for any enterprise environment Performance and scalability The world’s fastest web application server Runs on a 64-bit server ASP.NET 2.0 Developer Stack New ASP.NET Building block APIs Membership. ......

Posted On Monday, October 27, 2003 3:23 PM

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