XML Web Services One Daily

In Review: Are developers plumbers?
Middle-tier infrastructure plumbing has been the main task lately for many enterprise developers. So says Don Box, architect, Microsoft Corp.--Sept. 10

What works in development team building?
Trusting your team and backing your team are key attributes for managing software development efforts, experienced managers told an ADT-sponsored forum. --Aug. 30

XML for business-line data digging
DataWatch is betting that small- to medium-sized businesses are ready to tackle XML projects. --Aug. 30

The dark side of XML and privacy
The data-describing power of XML could have a very dark side in the hands of mischievous individuals, says a prominent XML market analyst. --Aug. 29

SOAP interoperability or seeing the graphs for the trees
In theory, Web services are meant to be simple and interoperable for clients other than browsers. In reality, they're not. --Aug. 29

IBM, Microsoft demo links Web services apps
At the XML Web Services One conference in Boston, IBM and Microsoft yesterday demonstrated Web services-based interoperability between IBM’s WebSphere and Microsoft’s .NET. --Aug.28

Are Web services really new?
Is this heralded technology old wine in new bottles? This became a topic at a panel kicking off the XML Web Services One Conference and Expo, this week in Boston. --Aug. 28


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