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.
Richard Turner is a program manager on the Indigo team (Indigo is the code-name for the technology that you'll use in the future to communicate between applications or services).
What would be the first thing about Indigo that he'd show a VB programmer, we wondered. Here's the answer.
Richard Turner is a program manager on the Indigo team. Indigo is the upcoming platform that'll let you build service oriented systems (translation: it's how your code will talk to the rest of the world in the future).
More from Richard, about Indigo, will come over the next week.