Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Learning Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) - 16th June 2008 (Mon)

By now, you must have heard of one of the latest buzzwords in the industry – WCF (Windows Communication Foundation).

According to Microsoft,

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is Microsoft’s latest technology for developing service-oriented applications. WCF simplifies development of connected applications through a new service-oriented programming model. WCF supports many styles of distributed application development by providing a layered architecture. At its base, the WCF channel architecture provides asynchronous, untyped message-passing primitives. Built on top of this base are protocol facilities for secure, reliable, transacted data exchange and broad choice of transport and encoding options.

You may also have attended numerous conference sessions on WCF. Most presentations focus on explaining the rationale and the motivation behind WCF. But what really is WCF from a developer’s point of view? How does a typical “hello, world” WCF application look like?

In this one-day workshop, you will learn the basics of building a WCF service and how to test it. At the end of the workshop, you would have a solid understanding of the capabilities of WCF and how you can use it to develop SOA (service-oriented architecture) applications!

Time: 9am to 5pm.
16th June 2008 (Mon)

Register before 31st May and receive S$100 discount (S$299 after discount).
Inclusive of 1 lunch and 2 tea breaks

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