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Avalon: Convergence in the Simulacrum

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  • Blog Post: Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Coding Practices By IDesign

    When doing some WCF coding not too long ago, I came across the IDesign code samples by Juval Lowry, whose work I was familiar with from MSDN magazine. IDesign just recently published a paper on WCF coding guidelines which I would highly recommend. The paper is short and sweet and cuts to the chase of...
  • Blog Post: WCF Calls Hanging Without Any Debug or Fault Information

    I recently encountered a confusing issue with WCF. An application that worked fine on RC1 suddenly started intermittently failing on the release build of .NET 3.0. What was most perplexing was that no errors were returned, no debug information was provided, nothing. Calls from the client to the server...
  • Blog Post: Inter Process Communication Between Applications and Vista Gadgets Using WCF (Part 2)

    Once I got WCF working in a gadget, another scenario came up: wouldn't it be nice if the gadget and the application shared a data model? The gadget could remotely databind to the same data that the application was databound to. As such, there would be one data source, owned by the application, that the...
  • Blog Post: Inter Process Communication Between Applications and Vista Gadgets Using WCF (Part 1)

    I recently faced the design challenge of getting an application and gadget to communicate. How to solve the problem? Well, what better way to talk between applications than Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). After all, it is the inheritor of the .NET Remoting legacy, which is what would be used...
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