Carlos Figueira MSDN blog

General thoughts and usage examples about WCF, ASP.NET Web API, Windows Azure Mobile Services, testing and programming in general.

March, 2011

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About Me

I, Carlos Figueira, work at Microsoft as a Senior Software Design Engineer in Test in the Windows Azure Group. I've worked in many frameworks in the past, including Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), ASP.NET Web API and Windows Azure Mobile Services.

This blog is mostly about issues I've seen customers facing with the products I work (or worked) on (both from the forums and other customer interactions), and examples of usage of those frameworks which I think will be interesting. I try to always include code in my posts, since I think this helps the readers understand the concepts behind the posts.

My other interests include sports and food (see my other blog at http://justfoods.wordpress.com/). To get updates from this (and the other blog) you can use an RSS aggregator, or follow my twitter account (which I use mostly to announce new blog posts) at http://twitter.com/carlos_figueira.

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    WCF Extensibility – IContractBehavior

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    This post is part of a series about WCF extensibility points. For a list of all previous posts and planned future ones, go to the index page . Going down the list of behaviors, the second one to be covered is the IContractBehavior . Like the other...
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    WCF streaming inside data contracts

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    (A small break from the current WCF extensibility series, as I faced this issue helping a customer this week and I thought it would be worth sharing) In order to support transferring of large messages (e.g., uploading or downloading a large file),...
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    WCF Extensibility - IServiceBehavior

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    This post is part of a series about WCF extensibility points. For a list of all previous posts and planned future ones, go to the index page . The first behavior covered in this series is the IServiceBehavior . It can be used to inspect or change the...
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    WCF Extensibility – Behaviors

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    This post is part of a series about WCF extensibility points. For a list of all previous posts and planned future ones, go to the index page . The first part of this series will focus on the behaviors. There are four kinds of behaviors, depending on...
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    WCF Extensibility

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    Over the next months I intend on writing a series of posts about the (many) extensibility points from WCF (up to .NET Framework 4.0). The cadence should be around one new post every 1-2 weeks (depending on the workload I have at work). WCF is a very...
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