A short while ago I saw someone at the office use pushd to cd into a network path. I’ve used pushd/popd on Windows for some time, but I never thought to try it on a network path or actually read the help for it.
, who has been writing IronPython, has been hired by Jason Zander (CLR PUM). He joins the CLR team on Monday, August 2, to work full time on IronPython and generally supporting dynamic/scripting languages on the CLR. That’s really great news for Python on .NET.
My last post discussed authentication in web service calls using HttpWebRequest. That caused one reader to wonder how this ties back to SOAP requests.
If you are using wsdl.exe to generate a SOAP proxy class, it derives from System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapHttpClientProtocol. That class has a Credentials property.
Hatteras has three tiers: client, middle, and data. The middle tier is an ASP.NET web service on a Windows 2003 Server running IIS 6. When the client (we use C# for both it and the middle tier) connects to the middle tier,
Someone on the newsgroups asked for an official answer on why Team System is not in Whidbey Beta 1. The short answer is that it’s not beta quality, so it didn’t belong in a beta. Keep your eyes open for another CTP release in the next few months.
The May 2004 CTP that contained Team System (but not Team Foundation, which includes source control and work item tracking) is supposed to be up on MSDN by Monday. There were a number of requests for it in the newsgroups after it was mistakenly removed from MSDN.
I got the July issue of Triangle TechJournal and opened it up to find an interview of Robert Scoble by Andy Beal (the interview doesn’t appear to be on the web site yet). So even my mail box has been Scobleized.
Among other things,