We still call it Indigo, but group program manager Angela Mills tell us about her team that works on the Windows Communication Foundation, plus she waxes nostalgic about her days on the UDDI team. Check out our debut edition of WM_IN: Women in technology.
Steve Millet is an architect on the Indigo team. What is Indigo? Millet says "Our next generation platform for doing Web services and messaging infrastructure."
Then Steve spends the next 43 minutes taking you through what Indigo was designed for, and gives you a demo of how it could be…
Omri Gazitt is the product unit manager on the advanced Web Services team (now Indigo) at Microsoft. Here we asked him to draw a picture of the Web Services world. If you ever wondered what Web Services are, this video answers your questions. What else
would you like to know about Web…
Hmm, we found more video from Don Box's tour of the Indigo team. Here you will meet lots more people like security guru Chris Kaler. Just a fun way to start the long weekend.
The first part of the tour is here.
The Channel 9 video team will be taking a few days off. See you next Wednesday!
Don Box takes Channel 9 on a tour of building 42 at Microsoft. What's there? The
Indigo team. Code-name for a future set of .NET technologies that'll help you build and run connected systems.
You'll run into tons of people working on Indigo.
This is a long video, sorry. We just kept meeting…
Dave Mendlen, director of Web services marketing, talks about how Web services go through the standards ratification process and what that means for developers who are looking to use WS-* specifications.
Dave Mendlen, director of Web Services marketing, talks about what Indigo is (the future of Microsoft's Web Services infrastructure). If this gets you interested, last month we posted a bit more about Indigo in an interview with Richard Turner. Here's
What would be the first thing…
Richard Turner, program manager on the Indigo team, has worked in Java and other languages and platforms before he got to Microsoft so we asked what his advice would be to someone starting out in their programming career.
Why do we keep asking this question? Because it starts an interesting…
Richard Turner, program manager on the Indigo team, gives developers advice about what to do today to get ready for tomorrow. Hint, it's spelled ASMX.
What if you've already invested in remoting? Richard talks about what to do.