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10 Years of CODE + New Features in WCF 4 that Will Instantly Make You More Productive

My new article on WCF 4 has just been published and should be available to subscribers and at newsstands today.

This issue marks the 6th article I’ve contributed to EPS Publishing/CODE Magazine and I am especially proud to be a part of the 10 year anniversary issue of CODE Magazine, writing on a technology that I love.

This is an amazing organization that has survived the ups and downs of technology publishing, and while many of their competitors over the last decade are no longer in business, CODE Magazine has continued to both innovate while keeping the quality bar highly raised as a technology-focused publication by the developer community and for the developer community.

Believe it or not, maintaining a bi-monthly publishing schedule to an in-print subscriber base of over 10,000 worldwide while providing digital editions both on the web at www.code-magazine.com and via Xiine (a WPF content distribution reader that supports multiple formats of the magazine) as well as Amazon’s Kindle editions takes a lot of work.

The success of this publication is only equaled by the fantastic group of people behind it that make my job so easy. It has been an absolute privilege to share and collaborate with Rod Paddock, Erik Ruthruff, Markus Egger and Cleo Gaither, to name just a few and I look forward to the next 10 years of CODE Magazine!

You can find my new article here: http://www.code-magazine.com/Article.aspx?quickid=1006061 

I look forward to your thoughts and feedback.

Print | posted on Friday, May 07, 2010 3:47 PM | Filed Under [ SOA NETFX 4.0 VS 2010 WCF 4 ]

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# re: 10 Years of CODE + New Features in WCF 4 that Will Instantly Make You More Productive

Great article but where is your sample code in www.code-magazine.com
5/15/2010 9:38 AM | Luiz
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