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Developing Distributed Services Today

Thursday, July 21, 2005 Comments

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Richard Turner (Product Manager in Microsoft's Web Services Strategy team), has published the first of a series of papers that provides guidance on how to best use Microsoft Web service and distributed systems technologies in order to build distributed, service-oriented systems using today's platform.

The first paper, “Developing Distributed Services Today”, can be now found on MSDN, at this link, with more on the way very soon. [found via Paul Fallon]

This looks like a very good start and is recommended reading. This first article represents a high-level overview of the various distributed service options from Microsoft today, with a few key recommendations. Keep an eye on Richard's blog for the remaining articles in the series.

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