Rodney Guzman

Rodney
Guzman

Rodney Guzman is CTO and vice president of Interknowlogy, a software engineering firm in San Diego. His areas of expertise are B2C and B2B applications. Web usage analysis, security solutions and XML data engines for legacy systems. He has published books about Commerce Server and the XML Update.

Articles
Application Security with ASP.NET
Investigate ASP.NET for delivering applications with integrated security.
Visual Studio .NET: Better, Faster, Cheaper, Cooler
After you try Visual Studio .NET, you'll never want to go back to the old way of developing applications.
Languages in .NET 1
Visual Basic .NET gives you all the ease of rapid application development that you've been accustomed to in VB 6.0.
Security Services Markup Language
Take a brief look at Security Services Markup Language (S2ML), a proposed standard for shaing security information across sites.
Wireless Markup Language
If you know HTML, you already know Wireless Markup Language (WML). WML is simple, and it follows the XML standard.
Simple Object Access Protocol
Forget about the DCOM vs. CORBA holy wars. With SOAP, you can use any programming language on any OS.
Get Smart on BizTalk
Download Microsoft's BizTalk Server 2000 Technology Preview (http://www.microsoft.com/biztalkserver) while you can and get smart on this technology.
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