And You Thought You Knew about Web Services?!


The TechEd session voting demanded an additional slot for our Web Services Chalk-&-Talk (CHT011)!


It’s great that so many people care about the way Web Services should be used in a service oriented fashion. If you’re going to attend the session and have a specific question, just add a comment to my blog...


Hope to cu there 


 


CHT011 And You Thought You Knew about Web Services?!


Tue, Jun 29 18:15 - 19:30 Room: TBD


Wed, Jun 30 14:45 - 16:00 Room: TBD


 


Christian Weyer , Beat Schwegler , Terry Leeper


Many people apply Web Services techniques in a RPC-based fashion. But this doesn't justify the use of Web Services standards. Web Services are about messaging and messaging is all about the message! Come and join us to discuss what actually makes Web Services 'service like', how you can apply service-oriented principles with existing Web Services platforms as well as the motivation for the up-coming WS specifications! Yes, we care about messages... how about you?


 

Comments (5)
  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi,

    you mentioned in the CHT that you would put a list of the Contract first tools on the blog. The week I get back from teched someone tells me I have to interface with some php webservices, so I think contract first will come in handy.

    Thanks

    Simon

  2. Anonymous says:

    You find the mentioned list here: http://weblogs.asp.net/beatsch/archive/2004/02/12/71782.aspx

    FYI: "DEV381 J2EE & .NET Interoperability" contains a detailed description of encodings and "ARC406 Understanding the Grey area Between Service and Object Oriented Design" covers some other important issues around WS contracts.

    Good luck!

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