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SOA Talks

Wednesday, November 10, 2004 Comments

 .NET  ArchitecturePatterns  Security  Service Orientation (SO)  Web Services 
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Last night, I attended the Boston C# Users Group meeting at Microsoft, Waltham, MA where Jim Lennox was speaking on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), WS-Security, WS-Policy, other general WSE2 topics, and a little on Indigo. Jim spoke at Code Camp II on this topic, but I missed it, unfortunately, as he spoke the same time as one of my talks. Jim did a great job, and I am encouraging him to set up a blog as he has a lot of great ideas. His presentation and code will be posted soon, and I will post a link. He also showed one of his favorite tools in action: Mike Taulty's WSE 2 Tracing Tool.

Tonight, Sam Gentile is speaking at the Boston .NET Users Group meeting at Microsoft, Waltham, MA on "Developing SOA Applications with an Eye Towards Indigo". I am looking forward to this talk as well, as Sam brings a lot of experience to the table. I am very interested in his guidelines for building current applications to work seamlessly with Indigo.

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