WSIT Milestone 5, the latest and greatest in our march towards
FCS, is now available. We are past the point of adding new features. What this release gives you is better performance, higher quality (i.e., bugs have been fixed) and more complete documentation.
WSIT Milestone 4 is now available on the Project Tango website. It keeps getting better with each release. We'd particularly like to hear from people trying WSIT's Atomic Transaction support.
My interests are middleware, language design and the semantic web. Some of that is reflected in my choices.
I'll be available (along with
Marek) in an
Ask The Experts session for questions relating to web services in general and Project Tango's (aka WSIT) advanced web service interoperability with Micros
Project Tango (a.k.a. WSIT) enables Java interoperability with Microsoft's Windows Commmunication Foundation.
I recently spent two weeks in Prague. I worked face-to-face with some of our WSIT engineers located there, some I had never met in person. I also participated in Sun Tech Days where I gave a overview of JAX-WS and WSIT. A number of people have asked for the slides.
Project Tango (aka WSIT - Web
Service Interoperability Technology) just released our
Although you will not see new user visible features in this release,
you may rest assured that we have been busy.
Many people want to know what WSIT is. WSIT (Web Services
Interoperability Technology - aka Project Tango) is Sun's
implementation of WS-* specifications that enable interoperability
with Microsoft's WCF (Windows Communications Foundation).