Yesterday, Mark Prentice posted an introduction to the Windows Communication Foundation for .NET Compact Framework.  Like him, I would like to recommend reading Roman Batoukov's post from last October.

One of the reasons that I have been slow to post to this weblog in recent months is that I have been busy working with Mark and others to deliver the Windows Communication Foundation for .NET Compact Framework.

I will be posting more on this cool new feature after beta 1 of Visual Studio, code name 'Orcas' has been released and you can take it for a test drive.

If you are planning on attending MEDC 2007 in Las Vegas (May 1 - 3), I highly recommend Mark and Sergey Kuryata's session on the Windows Communication Foundation.  They have some great information and demos planned.

Take care,
-- DK

[Edit: add link to MEDC site]
 
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