Web services and SOA implementations in the NET Framework
- May 06, 2009
Microsoft's new ad campaign, "WebSphere Loves Windows," compares an IBM Power6 server running AIX to an HP blade running Windows. According to Microsoft, the Windows box isn't just cheaper; it has better performance, too.
- March 03, 2009
The January 2009 release is giving developers a better idea of how Oslo's tools and languages will look, but its relationship to Windows and the .NET framework is still up in the air.
- June 03, 2008
Microsoft will incorporate UML as part of its effort to create its Oslo unified modeling environment for SOA, Chairman Bill Gates told attendees at TechEd 2008 for Developers in Orlando, Fla. The comments came as part of a wide-ranging presentation ...
- March 19, 2008
Coming from Microsoft Labs and still in its early gestation, Volta is a methodology allowing developers to create apps without regard to eventual deployment, and to declaratively partition Web application elements across tiers.
- March 12, 2008
IDesign's Michele Bustamante told an SD West audience that scalability and throughput issues for Windows Communication Foundation can be addressed if proper consideration is given to channel overhead, the number of service hops, the hosting model, ...
- November 21, 2007
Marshall Software's WSC4VB enables Internet and serial communications for Windows applications written in Visual Basic, VBA or VB .NET.
- October 23, 2006
At Dr. Dobbs' .NET 3.0 Roadshow, Juval Lowy led several sessions on Windows Communication Foundation, Microsoft's tool for service-oriented programming. WCF provides "off-the-shelf plumbing" that lets developers spend more time on business logic.
- October 23, 2006
Dr. Dobbs' .NET 3.0 Roadshow devoted much attention to Windows Communication Foundation. Here we look at how to manage and secure the message that WCF sends.
- November 30, 2005
In this technical article, Wiliam Tay outlines the Windows Communication Foundation and how it helps developers build full-fledged, secure Web services.
- June 24, 2002
At last week's DCI Microsoft .NET conference, a Microsoft executive attempted to define how .NET will impact customer relationship management (CRM), the Internet and the enterprise.