Randy J. Ray

Randy J. Ray is a software engineer and architect who has been programming in Perl professionally for 10 years. His Perl-related writings have been published in the 5th Workshop on Software Configuration Management, and in the Perl Journal. When not writing Perl or writing about Perl, Randy reads about military history and paints historical miniatures. He is currently an engineer with Tellme, Inc., where he works on VoiceXML applications and services.

Articles by this author

Understanding Overloading in WSDL

The initial reference to overloading in the WSDL 1.1 specification is limited, a situation that left many new users of WSDL unsure where to turn to for clarification. Randy Ray, coauthor of Programming Web Services with Perl sheds light on the issue by explaining how to express overloaded interfaces in WSDL.