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Developer's Notebook -- Web Services Hit .Org Sector

Web services are enabling one developer to do what used to take three -- integrate systems at a non-profit affordably.

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Covalent Bridges .NET Developers to Apache

Thanks to Covalent, developers now have a bridge between ASP.NET and the Open Source Apache 2.0. See if you should cross.

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Sun, Microsoft Could Align Security For Web Services

There is growing hope that 'Liberty Alliance' and 'WS-Security' security plans will soon be interoperable. See why.

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XML Security Upgrades, Research Available

Many developers say XML and security mix as well as oil and water. Get help and more code from XMLSecLib and others.

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What Developers Can Expect from OMA

What can wireless developers expect from the Open Mobile Alliance? IDN asks the author of "Learning Wireless Java".

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Hands On: Developers Comment on Visual J# .NET 1.0

Hear from Java developers with hands-on insights on using Visual J#.NET 1.0 for building web services.

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What Developers Can Expect from OMA

What can wireless developers expect from the Open Mobile Alliance? IDN asks the author of "Learning Wireless Java".

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Hands On: Developers Comment on Visual J# .NET 1.0

Hear from Java developers with hands-on insights on using Visual J#.NET 1.0 for building web services.

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XML Security Upgrades, Research Available

Many developers say XML and security mix as well as oil and water. Get help and more code from XMLSecLib and others.

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O'Reilly's 'Java and SOAP' Offers Troubleshooting Tips

This latest volume on Java and web services shows Java developers how best to use SOAP envelops to wrap their code.

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Microsoft Launches Visual J# .NET

After almost nine months of developer feedback, Microsoft ships its much-publicized Visual J# .NET toolkit for web service development.

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Microsoft Launches Visual J# .NET

After almost nine months of developer feedback, Microsoft ships its much-publicized Visual J# .NET toolkit for web service development.

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