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Hands on leader, developer, architect specializing in the design and delivery of distributed systems in lean, agile environments with an emphasis in continuous improvement across people, process and technology. Speaker and published author with 18 years' experience leading the delivery of large and/or complex, high-impact distributed solutions in Retail, Intelligent Transportation, and Gaming & Hospitality.

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New Article: Practical Messaging Scenarios with WCF 4

Friends don’t let friends do point to point. Anyone who has designed services to solve a business problem or built a distributed composite application using service-oriented techniques has, consciously or not, discovered the hazards of client applications knowing too much about all of the services with which they interact.

In my latest article for CODE Magazine, I provide a scenario-driven approach to introducing the Routing Service in WCF 4.0 including discussions on the following messaging patterns that help enable more flexible composite application designs:

Virtual Endpoint/Message Broker

High Availability

Content-Based Routing

Context-Based Routing


The article is now available online at CODE Magazine http://www.code-magazine.com/Article.aspx?quickid=1009051 as well as at news stands including Barnes and Noble.

I hope you like it and as always, I welcome your feedback!

Print | posted on Wednesday, August 25, 2010 4:00 PM | Filed Under [ Architecture & Design NETFX 4.0 WCF 4 ]

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