Why is 'Business Logic' an oxymoron?
IT market hears RFID message loud and clear
Working with XML and MS Word
2004: A leap year for service-oriented architectures
A look back at the year in Web services
.NET identity and principal objects
Is the window of opportunity closing for service orientation vendors?
Understanding and using XPath
Web services based portals: The wave of the future? Part two
XML and Internationalization
Retiring the Four-Platform Framework for Web services
Microsoft bets big on Web services
Web services based portals: The wave of the future?
The human side of service orientation
A look at Microsoft's Indigo, part two
Declare a simple custom control
Rethinking software pricing in a service-oriented world
A look at Microsoft's Indigo technology
Riding the open standards wave to lower costs
Oracle and the grid
XForms and useful implementations
Novell's Web services strategy, part two
SOA + Information Architecture = Code Reuse (Finally!)
Try XML security hardware
The IM frontier poses concerns in the corporate world
The market should demand a single set of Web services standards
Novell's Web services strategy
Whatever happened to XML schemas?
Microsoft and Web services
Effective XML Markup Presentation
Building software that fuels business growth
Ubiquitous XML: It's not obvious
Web services and the data center of tomorrow, part two
Web services are for small businesses, too
Want Windows results? Try Bindows
Web services and the data center of tomorrow
Securing Web services -- More than just Web application security
What is the shape of a service-oriented architecture?
Try Bill's XML fragment reader
PSeries continues to grab customers
J2EE application components
Looming standards war:Who controls the future of Web services? part two
Semantic integration: Loosely coupling the meaning of data
Looming standards war:Who controls the future of Web services?
The value of SVG
Checking a Web service for version changes at runtime
Standards competition: A good thing?
Sound off on XHTML
A day in the life of a Web Services Architect, part two
Back to the future with XML
Using drag and drop from a ListView to a DataGrid control
A day in the life of a Web Services Architect
Security gone crazy
Enterprise Service Bus (ESB): Lasting concept or latest buzzword?
Validate your RSS
State management in C++ Web services
Enterprise identity management: Essential SOA prerequisite
Grab metadata and other XML info
Deployment Profile: Yellow Transportation delivers three Web services, part two
Open using last Visual Studio.NET layout
Asynchrony and Web services
Check out Microsoft's security take
What is a delegate in .NET?
SOAs: More change ahead for IT consulting
Deployment Profile: Yellow Transportation delivers three Web services
XHTML 2.0 appreciated
Bonus Edition: Web services management, part two
Bonus Edition: Web services management
SOA basics - architecture in .NET
Patterns and architecture defined for .NET
Appreciating the awesome power of XML
What is service-oriented architecture? part two
What is the .NET Compact Framework?
Just what is "on demand," anyway?
What is service-oriented architecture?
Accessing RSS resources
Understand Windows forms
Service-Oriented Process -- Thinking about processes before services
IBM's $10 billion 'on-demand' gamble, part two
What's up with XForms
TCM -- The Trust Capability Model
Create a simple Web form page
A question of identity
Check out this free XML editor
IBM's $10 billion 'on-demand' gamble
Finding utilitarian uses for utility computing
XML and Configuration Files
What's happened to the simplicity of Web services?
Is it too late for Sun and Web services? part two
The Object-Oriented Windows form
Inside every Web service is a benefit struggling to get out
Utility computing: Catalyst for Web services?
Which for Web services: All-from-one or one-for-all?
Your first PerlNET program
Investigating Rich Site Summary (RSS)
Web service management market moves
Is it too late for Sun and Web services?
Learn XSLT by example