Today on endpoint.tv – Windows Server AppFabric in action

Before PDC I went to the Channel 9 studio and recorded an episode of endpoint.tv with Ian and Adam two of the program managers on the AppFabric team.  At the time we were still using the code name “Dublin” because we didn’t know for sure what the official name would be.  I had some trouble…

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WCF Security Spike – Day 2

We learn what he have to learn. Does that surprise anyone?  Some people have reacted with shock when I said that I don’t know WCF Security very well.  Others said that I was implying that evangelists are somehow inferior to their colleagues on the product teams.  Of course there are people with varying skills in…

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WCF Security Spike – Day 1

My first goal was to secure a service.  I’m happy to say I managed to get a service that allowed one user and didn’t allow another by using a PrincipalPermission with wsHttpBinding (I gave up on netTcpBinding for now – one monster at a time right?) I created a simple service and declared a service…

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WCF Security Is Hard

Ok… I said it.  Let’s just admit the truth for a second.  It is hard.  Recently somebody contacted me about a security problem and asked for me help.  I’m probably the wrong guy to ask.  After all, I’m an evangelist.  That means I create demos, labs etc. none of which use security (typically).  What that…

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Where can I get the Workflow Services Lab?

If you saw the walkthrough of the Workflow Services lab on Channel 9 you might be wondering where you can get the lab code.  This lab will be in the next update of the VS2010 training kit.  Until then I’ve posted a beta version of the lab here.

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