Web Service Security Patterns and Practices

The PAG guys (Jason Hogg, Don Smith) have been getting some great WSE 3.0 Security content together. I suggest that you download this and spend some time with it. It will all carry you through to WCF, so this is long term knowledge on message level security.  


What next?

Now that I have shipped WSE 3.0, a year to the day that I started on the project, a number of people have asked me, “What’s next to fill the empty WSE void?” Well, WSE has always been very closely aligned with the security team in Windows Communication Foundation (WCF aka Indigo), so that is the…


WSE 3.0 and MSDN TV

I did this MSDN TV piece on WSE 3.0. Enjoy.


WSE 3.0 Docs now on MSDN

You can find them here. There is always more information that we would like to have in the documentation and so we are expecting to do a WSE 3.0 documentation refresh on MSDN at the start of December. Hence if you want the latest information it is usually best to look online.


Final Version of WSE 3.0 Released to MSDN

WSE 3.0 has just been released to MSDN to coincide with the launch of Visual Studio 2005. You can find it here. The Readme is here It was pretty tough getting this released to be on the same day, but we really wanted to ensure that the time difference between WSE 3.0 and VS2005 was…


Want PDC?

Then see here in all its glory.


What’s happening with WSE 3.0

If you look at the Web Services Developer Center at the moment you will see that the headlines are all on WSE 3.0 with articles from Keith Brown and Niels Flensted-Jensen as well as the latest and final Oct CTP release. The WSE team has been heads down for the last month busy cranking to get the bugs down,…


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Greatest people voted for by their nation

Four lists to compare of the greatest people voted for by their nation. I will let you interpret the national differences based upon these choices.   Top 10 greatest Britons 1. Churchill 2. Brunel 3. Diana 4. Darwin 5. Shakespeare 6. Newton 7. Lennon 8. Elizabeth I 9. Nelson 10. Cromwell    Top 10 greatest…


Get WSE 3.0 and WS-ReliableMessaging

George is a dev/architect who has spent over eight months building a complete implementation of WS-ReliableMessaging to run on WSE 3.0. The fruits of his labour are an extensive reference example that can be downloaded from here. It persists messages to SQL Server and supports both direct (both ends up, available and connected) and queued (…