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Monday, October 7th, 2002

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XML, SOAP, and Webservices
As I am looking deeper into M$ implementation of .NET and Webservices I am slowly realizing that there must be something bigger in plan.

They are saying WebServices is a way to universal way to exchange data between "smart" devices and servers. For those of you that have taken a look at this then I'm sure you know that this is true, but where is this leading.

Microsoft is enabling all these devices w/ .NET so they can inturn talk to the webservices. How universal is it if you need .NET?

Maybe I'm just being a conspiracy theorist here, but they really are tackling the market with these things. People are adopting webservices left and right! From the way I see it they are trying (and sucessfully) creating a standard. The only problem is this standard requires .NET.

I figured I'd just post this as food for thought to the other techies here.
Playing with Kdict...
MicrosoftThe new Evil Empire (the old one was IBM). The basic
complaints are, as formerly with IBM, that (a) their system designs are
horrible botches, (b) we can't get source to fix them, and (c) they
throw their weight around a lot. See also Halloween Documents.

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