Ask the WSIT Experts (Web Services Interoperability Technologies, aka
Project Tango) is now live!
Please start shooting your questions and we are ready.
Follow up post from
Here is a complete list of Sun
Web services technical
sessions/birds-of-feather sessions, including date and time, at
Monday May 7, 2007
Tuesday May 8, 2007
JSR 311: The Java API for
RESTful Web Services
You've developed a reliable, secure transactional and interoperable Web
service using Web Services Interoperability
Technology (WSIT, aka Project Tango)
and deployed on GlassFish v2.
NetBeans IDE provide a very seamless experience to build such a Web service. The
primary goal of WSIT is to provide first-class interoperability with
Communication Foundation (WCF),...
Welcome Ryan! He
works on the implementation of WS-Coordination in
And he starts his blog with a
screencast on how to enable distributed Web services transactions between
GlassFish v2 and .NET 3.0.
screencast glassfish web services
Ajax is a
popular term for past few months but is still being written incorrectly as
"AJAX" (all capitals) instead of "Ajax" (camel
case). I started
using AJAX but then corrected myself and have been using Ajax since then. So
the correct term is Ajax, not AJAX.
Here is a list of several reasons (some mine and others from my colleague
Jesse James Garrett...
JavaOne 2007 is 18 days away and fever is building. Here is what's new at the
conference this year ...
(Monday, May7th) is a free, one-day event for open source and web
developers that delivers technical information on free and open source
projects including, NetBeans,
OpenJDK and the
Mobile & Embedded
Community. You can find more details about...
GlassFish team presented at Silicon Valley
Java Users Group / Silicon
Valley Web Developer JUG @ GooglePlex yesterday. The slides can be
Mike Van Riper, co-leader of Web JUG opened few minutes
after 7 and then until 9pm we had some interesting discussions/demos around
integrated NetBeans tooling experience,
Web services support, .NET...
I will be answering your questions
on Web Services Interoperability Technology
(WSIT), aka Project Tango, in an
Ask The Expert
session during the week of April 30.
Project Tango, part of GlassFish v2,
provides secure, reliable, transactional and interoperable Web services with
Microsoft .NET 3.0 framework. So get your inquisitive minds working and collect
your questions about...
Apr 15-18, 2007
Designer, Developer, Entrepreneur, Operations Manager, Project Manager,
Business Strategist or Marketer -- or all of the above -- seeking to
create and leverage the new web and how Sun
is making a difference.
Moscone West Convention Center
800 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Sun Booth Number
We heard you and changed it for you!
Web services hub for the Java platform, is released today with a completely
redesigned website. The content is now much better organized using the tabbed
approach and hopefully you'll find it easier to navigate and find your content
intuitively. Here are some of the key points I'd like highlight to help you get