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Lot's of thoughts on Web Services today...it's no because doubt of Chris Sell's upcoming WebServices DevCon
Some great info from Sam Gentile today. He says:
- Web Services Threat Detection from Greg Reinacker. Interesting to have your Web Services calls siliently redirected to a "honeypot" for analysis...as with any fraud detection system, false positives would be a problem.
- Server-Side Asynchronous Web Methods
Matt Powell shows how to make use of asynchronous Web methods on the server side to create high performance Microsoft ASP.NET Web services.
Peter Drayton offers:
- Mayank Prakash's Web services architectures: Easier said than done is a great article. It is one of the first articles that reminds the layman that SOAP and Web Services are not one and the same. It mentions a good example services from the W3C that uses the REST Protocol.
Sam also notes that on the .NET tip, NUnit 2.0 was released today and Lamont Adams loves C#:
- NUnit 2.0 Released.
"This is the second major release of the xUnit based unit testing tool for Microsoft .NET. It is written entirely in C# and has been completely redesigned to take advantage of many .NET language features, for example custom attributes and other reflection related capabilities."
- How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love C#
Lamont Adamas: "How I learned to stop worrying and love C#-After arguing for a long time that there's no difference between VB.NET and C#, the author is jumping on the C# bandwagon."