The Web Services Track


As a way to wrap up on PDC content I thought I’d do a bit of
indexing to highlight the different areas of activity over the the next few
years for general purpose web services development.

Service Frameworks

WCF 4.0:
Building WCF Services with WF in Microsoft .NET 4.0
(Ed Pinto)

WF 4.0: A
First Look
(Kenny Wolf)

WF 4.0:
Extending with Custom Activities
(Matt Winkler)

WCF:
Developing RESTful Services
(Steve Maine)

WCF: Zen of
Performance and Scale
(Nicholas Allen)

ASP.NET
MVC: A New Framework for Building Web Applications
(Phil Haack)

Windows 7:
Web Services in Native Code
(Nikola Dudar)

Service Hosting

IIS 7.0 and
Beyond: The Microsoft Web Platform Roadmap
(Vijay Sen)

“Dublin”:
Hosting and Managing Workflows and Services in Windows Application Server

(Dan Eshner)

Service Modeling

“Oslo”:
Customizing and Extending the Visual Design Experience
(Don Box, Florian
Voss)

A Lap
around “Oslo”
(Douglas Purdy, Vijaye Raji)

“Oslo”:
The Language
(David Langworthy, Don Box)

“Oslo”:
Repository and Models
(Chris Sells, Martin Gudgin)

“Oslo”:
Building Textual DSLs
(Chris Anderson, Giovanni Della-Libera)

Service Security

Identity
Roadmap for Software + Services
(Bertocci Vittorio, Kim Cameron)

Identity:
Live Identity Services Drilldown
(Jorgen Thelin)

Identity:
Connecting Active Directory to Microsoft Services
(Lynn Ayres, Tore
Sundelin)

Identity:
“Geneva” Server and Framework Overview
(Caleb Baker, Stuart Kwan)

Identity:
“Geneva” Deep Dive
(Jan Alexander)

Identity:
Windows CardSpace “Geneva” Under the Hood
(Rich Randall)

Services in the Cloud

A Lap
Around the Azure Services Platform
(John Shewchuk)

Architecture
of the .NET Services
(Dennis Pilarinos, John Shewchuk)

Live
Services: A Lap around the Live Framework and Mesh Services
(Ori Amiga)

Live
Services: Building Applications with the Live Framework
(Raymond Endres)

Live
Services: Mesh Services Architecture and Concepts
(Abolade Gbadegesin)

.NET
Services: Messaging Services – Protocols, Protection, and How We Scale

(Clemens Vasters)

Live
Services: Live Framework Programming Model Architecture and Insights
(Ori
Amiga)

.NET
Services: Orchestrating Services and Business Processes Using Cloud-Based
Workflow
(Moustafa Ahmed)

Live
Services: Building Mesh-Enabled Web Applications Using the Live Framework

(Arash Ghanaie-Sichanie)

Live
Services: FeedSync and Mesh Synchronization Services
(Steven Lees)

Live
Services: Notifications, Awareness, and Communications
(John Macintyre)

Live
Services: The Future of the Device Mesh
(Jeremy Mazner)

.NET
Services: Connectivity, Messaging, Events, and Discovery with the Service Bus

(Clemens Vasters)

.NET
Services: Logging, Diagnosing, and Troubleshooting Applications Running Live in
the Cloud
(Mark Gilbert, Steve Garrity)

Sync
Framework: Enterprise Data in the Cloud and on Devices
(Liam Cavanagh)

Live
Services: What I Learned Building My First Mesh Application
(Don Gillett)

Live
Services: Programming Live Services Using Non-Microsoft Technologies

(Nishant Gupta)

Designing
Your Application to Scale
(Max Feingold)

Developing
and Deploying Your First Windows Azure Service
(Steve Marx)

Windows
Azure: Architecting & Managing Cloud Services
(Yousef Khalidi)

Windows
Azure: Cloud Service Development Best Practices
(Sriram Krishnan)

Windows
Azure: Essential Cloud Storage Services
(Brad Calder)

Windows
Azure: Modeling Data for Efficient Access at Scale
(Niranjan Nilakantan,
Pablo Castro)

A Lap
Around Windows Azure
(Manuvir Das)

Windows
Azure: Programming in the Cloud
(Daniel Wang, Stefan Schackow)

Under the
Hood: Inside the Windows Azure Hosting Environment
(Chuck Lenzmeier,
Frederick Smith)

.NET
Services: Access Control Service Drilldown
(Justin Smith)

.NET
Services: Access Control In Microsoft .NET Services
(Justin Smith)

Data Driven Services

SQL
Services : Under the Hood
(Gopal Kakivaya, Tony Petrossian)

SQL Server
2008: Developing Large Scale Web Applications and Services
(Hala Al-Adwan,
Jose Blakeley)

SQL
Services: Futures
(Patric McElroy)

A Lap
around SQL Services
(Soumitra Sengupta)

SQL
Services: Tips and Tricks for High-Throughput Data-Driven Applications

(David Robinson)

Developing
Applications Using Data Services
(Mike Flasko)

Offline-Enabled
Data Services and Desktop Applications
(Pablo Castro)

Comments (2)

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