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Windows Server AppFabric Cookbook Giveaways

imageMy friend, and fellow Microsoft Integration MVP Steef-Jan Wiggers has been kind enough to organize a giveaway for my new book Windows Server AppFabric Cookbook.

You can learn more details about the contest on his blog: http://soa-thoughts.blogspot.nl/2012/10/microsoft-windows-server-appfabric.html

In addition, I’m happy to announce that Neudesic has teamed up with Packt Publishing to give away one e-book each week from 10/22 – 11/12 for a total of 3 winners. Be sure to follow Neudesic on twitter and stay tuned for rules and regulations beginning on Monday, October 15th.

As I shared in my thoughts when I announced the first run of the book, our goal with this book was not to promote the latest shiny object but instead to apply nearly two years of experience into a concise reference that could benefit organizations and the community tasks with building lightweight integration solutions on-premise today. As such, my hope is that what you will find is a neudesictrusty field guide rich with simple to follow guidance for enhancing your career as a WCF and WF developer, architect or administrator.

I’d like to thank Steef-Jan and the community for the overwhelmingly positive response to the book so far. Hammad and I worked very hard for nearly a year on this project and it is incredibly rewarding to see praise from world renowned thought leaders in the integration space like Steef-Jan, Richard Seroter and others who have been very kind in validating our efforts.

You can learn more about the book on Packt’s website or Amazon.com.

Print | posted on Tuesday, October 09, 2012 2:03 PM | Filed Under [ SOA WF 4.0 NETFX 4.0 Windows Server AppFabric WCF 4 REST Windows Server AppFabric Cookbook ]

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