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  • 'Indigo' Goes Mobile With WCF-CE

    Microsoft (and by "Microsoft" I mean an employee who has posted to his blog three times in the last two years) announced today that it's taking Indigo on the road with "Windows Communication Foundation - Compact Edition." It's a subset of WCF that runs on top of the .NET Compact Framework and allows...
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  • Leveraging WCF from VB.NET

    Kirk Allen Evans has a cool demo of how WCF abstracts away some of the service implementation details from an application. Now all he needs to do is put it together into a sample app and attach it to his post...
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  • Fun with Acronyms

    According to eWeek , Longhorn isn't the only one to have a name change. Even thought Microsoft stepped away from the alphabet soup for Windows Vista , we're back to dealing with three-letter acronyms (TLAs) for Indigo and Avalon. (Side note: isn't it funny that the acronym for Three Letter Acronym is...
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  • WinFX Runtime Beta 1

    The WinFX Runtime Beta 1 contains the Indigo communications system, as well as the Avalon UI system. This version is fully compatible with Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 and the .NET Framework 2.0 Beta 2. This version is also the version that will be found installed by default in Windows Vista Beta 1 . Download...
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  • VSLive! Interview: Don Box Talks Indigo

    At VSLive! San Francisco, I had the chance to spend some time with Don Box , Product Manager for Indigo. It was a very interesting conversation, and Don is quite a character. Here's an excerpt: RWM: Where does this Indigo CTP stand on the Road to RTM? DB: This CTP will be followed by Beta 1, and there...
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  • Interview #3: Don Box on Indigo

    My third and final VSLive! Victim is the venerable Don Box . Once I'm over being in the presence of greatness, we'll be talking about the big Indigo announcement they'll be making on Tuesday. (Sidebar: I've talked to Waggoner Edstrom, and, while they won't tell me what they're announcing yet, they tell...
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  • Longhorn In Budapest: The relevance of Indigo today

    I am in Budapest today and I am just done with my Indigo talk (you can find the slides at http://codezone.info under “Talks”), having done it for the 6th time on this tour throughout Europe. After the events Den Haag, Oslo, Copenhagen, Helsinki and Geneva, I still find Indigo a very difficult...
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  • COM God Bids Farewell To Beloved Friend

    CNET News.com reported today from the “Developing Software for the Future Microsoft Platform conference “ (BORING name... leave it to the British to make me want to fall alseep. Hey Drew ... when is DSFMPBloggers.net going to be online?) ;). Anyway, the great COM god Don Box declared the...
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  • Indigo: The evolution of the in-memory message

    The evolution of in-memory concept of messages in the managed Microsoft Web Services stack(s) is quite interesting to look at. When you compare the concepts of System.Web.Services (ASMX), Microsoft.Web.Services (WSE) and System.MessageBus (Indigo M4), you'll find that this most fundamental element has...
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  • On the road on The Road to Longhorn

    I leaving shortly for Den Haag for the first installment of the Longhorn Developer Preview Tour throughout Europe as part of the Dutch Developer Days 2004 . We start tomorrow and I am quite excited since this is the first time I will speak about Indigo in any detail to a larger audience. I've witnessed...
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