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Brief Talk on WCF Hosting & Endpoints

 For anyone interested, I will be presenting a short demo of WCF hosting and endpoints at the INETA Vista Launch event tomorrow at 2:00 pm.

The demo will consist of a quick review of the ABCs of WCF along with a couple of demos that show how easy it is to host a service in "ASMX Classic Mode" (using the basicHttpBinding) along with a proof-of-concept client that takes advantage of multiple endpoints based on the connected state of the client.


This is a developer community event sponsored by INETA to share some of the cool things that are now available in Vista and .NET 3.0.
There are several other speakers and topics lined up including WPF, Workflow and Vista Sidebar Gadgets.
5 copies of Windows Vista will be given away plus other useless swag.
More details available here: http://azgroups.com/forums/post/698.aspx
See ya there!

Print | posted on Friday, February 02, 2007 8:12 AM | Filed Under [ Speaking Events ]

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