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to seek out a four-leaf clover, wear green or kiss the blarney stone. Some even hunt down leprechauns in the hopes of finding a secret pot of gold. Well, even if you didn't have any time for these activities during the month of March, we have our own hidden treasure for you here. Enjoy this collection of March Web services content, and here's hoping it will bring you some of the luck of the Irish.

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Reactivity introduces hardware XML firewall (Mar. 3, 2003)

There is no Web services yellow brick road (Mar. 3, 2003)

.NET Tip: Introduction to the CLR (Mar. 4, 2003)

Web services and integration are joined at the hip (Mar. 4, 2003)

Ten emerging Best Practices for building SOAs (Mar. 4, 2003)

Westbridge exec: When XML is a factor, standard firewalls don't cut it (Mar. 5, 2003)

Sun software shines bright (Mar. 5, 2003)

February 2003: The Month in Review on (Mar. 6, 2003)

BEA places developers at the heart of its strategy (Mar. 6, 2003)

Featured Topic: XML Firewalls, revisited (Mar. 6, 2003)

Will SOAP wash away those Business Integration issues? (Mar. 6, 2003)

Utility computing: Catalyst for Web services? (Mar. 10, 2003)

Web services reliability specification fails to impress (Mar. 10, 2003)

The Web Services Advisor: Is it too late for Sun and Web services? (Mar. 11, 2003)

XML Tip: Investigating Rich Site Summary (RSS) (Mar. 12, 2003)

Deconstructing 'on-demand': Experts outline link to Web services (Mar. 12, 2003)

ROI: Who measures, who cares? (Mar. 13, 2003)

.NET Tip: Your first PerlNET program (Mar. 13, 2003)

Candle heads for Web services management party (Mar. 13, 2003)

Featured Topic: Spotlight on IT-Director (Mar. 13, 2003)

IBM squashes talk of Web services royalties (Mar. 17, 2003)

Which for Web services: All-from-one or one-for-all? (Mar. 17, 2003)

.NET Tip: The Object-Oriented Windows form (Mar. 18, 2003)

Inside every Web service is a benefit struggling to get out (Mar. 18, 2003)

Tripwire and IBM: Articulating the on-demand future (Mar. 19, 2003)

Featured Topic: Most popular content lately (Mar. 20, 2003)

IBM announces WebSphere Business Integrator 4.2 (Mar. 20, 2003)

Book Chapter: Loosely Coupled: The Missing Pieces of Web Services (Mar. 24, 2003)

The Web Services Advisor: Is it too late for Sun and Web services? Part two (Mar. 25, 2003)

What's happened to the simplicity of Web services? (Mar. 25, 2003)

XML Tip: XML and Configuration Files (Mar. 26, 2003)

Web Services Reliable Messaging Protocol - impresses more (Mar. 26, 2003)

.NET Tip: Send e-mail with .NET (Mar. 27, 2003)

Data storage in the messaging layer (Mar. 31, 2003)

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