Jean Paoli, senior director of XML architecture, sits down for the first half of a two-part interview with us about his role in creating XML, among other things. He was recently given the prestigious
XML Cup at the XML 2004 conference.
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In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards and Chad Beeder continue a 3-part series on how Performance Counters work and how to add them to an application. This episode focuses on the XML manifest that you develop, that turns in to code when compiled with CTRPP. Resources:Performance Counter…
Jean Paoli, senior director of XML architecture, and co-creator of XML, gives his vision of XML in an interview with Channel 9's Charles Torre and Robert Scoble.
This is the second part of the interview and
part I is here.
Federal Developer Evangelist Marc Schweigert shows you how to take advantage of this new feature of SQL Server 2005. You'll see how to create a web service straight out of the database using T-SQL without
the need for IIS.
Brian Jones has been working on infusing XML smarts into Office for six years. In this episode we discuss the history of, the current status of, and future prospects for XML-enabled Office applications.
Since Dare runs the XML team at Microsoft, we thought it'd be interesting to get his take on standards and how Microsoft works with the standards bodies.Now it's your turn, how are we doing when it comes to XML standards?
The next version of VB .Net adds Xml as a built in data type using the new LINQ to XML API. As a built in data type, VB 9.0 provides the ability to create XML using XML Literals and to query XML documents using
XML properties. This webcast contains a demo by David Schach, the lead developer in…
In this in interview Erik Meijer, an Architect on the Data Programmability team, shows us how LINQ to XML works in the next version of Visual Basic, 9.0. He talks about some of the history behind the features as well as how XML literals, unique to
Visual Basic, are implemented. He takes us on an…