Friday, September 8, 2006

Inside MSDN - Consuming MSDN Web Services

Well, it's early September, and you know what that means: time for the October MSDN issue. I've been checking the website frequently to see when the new issue would be released, because I've got an article in it! You can read it here. It's the latest installment of "Inside MSDN", a column that talks about how the suite of applications and services that make up MSDN itself is built. My article covers how to use the MTPS Content Service, which I announced here on CraigBlog a few months ago.

 

This is my second MSDN article, but my first solo one. I wrote the first one with Tim on an obscure feature of COM+. ("What's COM+?" you say? Yeah, I feel the same way.) 

 

I hope I can be excused for thinking it's sort of cool to have published in MSDN Magazine. :)

8 comments:

  1. Well, I think it's pretty cool, still (though I'm not the avid reader of it I used to be... too bad we don't still have MSJ which was far better!).



    But hey, I've only published one article on it and that was over 4 years ago, so what do I know :)

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  2. Craig, congrats, and thanks for contributing!



    Tomas, I'm curious to hear your thoughts on what you feel would make MSDN Magazine better. We're always looking to improve. Please feel free to contact me at stoub at microsoft.com.



    Thanks,

    Stephen

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  3. Hi Craig. The ServiceHelper.cs, Toc.cs, and TocCollection.cs are not included with the article's code download. Can you share with the readers?

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  4. Yeah, I let them know that there are a whole bunch of missing files...I expect a fix soon. In the meantime, I've posted the complete zip at



    http://pluralsight.com/craig/download/MtpsClient.zip



    Sorry about that!

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