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  • Blog Post: Bing Maps roadshow in Reston

    NOTE: This was cross posted from here . Want to get up to speed on the latest release of Bing Maps including both the Ajax and Silverlight controls as well as the SOAP web services?  Don’t miss the upcoming roadshow in Reston, Va.  Details: http://www.bing.com/community/blogs/govmaps/archive...
  • Blog Post: HOL: MSDN VIRTUAL LABS

    Part of the survey result was overwhelming feedback about hands on experiences during our dev events. I know that trying to do these at work is nearly impossible because of all the other work priorities and interruptions, but with the Virtual labs you can do them from anywhere - a coffee shop with wireless...
  • Blog Post: Free Workshop: SOA Development with Windows Communications Foundation (.NET 3.0) has been moved!

    I've recently had to change the workshop series on Service Oriented Application (SOA) Development with WCF for .NET 3.0 workshops download location. They are still freely downloadable. This series of workshops are filled with: Step-by-Step examples Screen shots of almost every step that I take (so that...
  • Blog Post: WCF Workshops updated to Release Candidate 1

    I've just finished updating all of the Windows Communications Foundation Workshops to the Release Candidate 1 build. There's been a lot of changes from the Beta 2 builds, so if you've had a chance to work the labs within the workshop you might want to take another look. :) Here's a list of the 6 parts...
  • Blog Post: WCF Workshop Part 6 (Securing your Service Part 2 – Message Encryption)

    In Part 6 of the series, I’ve added to the security choices by showing how to do Message-Level (aka., Encryption) between the Service and Client. Unlike Transport-Level Security (or SSL over HTTP) which is point-to-point, Message-Level Security provides you with an option for end-to-end secure communications...
  • Blog Post: WCF Workshop Part 5 (Securing your Service Part 1)

    In Part 5 of the series, I’ve shown how to build "Transport-Level" security into your Service to secure the communication between the Service and the Client. In essence, this workshop shows you how to build a WCF Service that will work over HTTPS. In Part 6 of the series, I plan to show how to secure...
  • Blog Post: WCF Workshop – Part 4 (Handling Data between Clients and Services)

    In Part 4 of the series, I’ve focused on how to handle data (or more specifically complex data) between Services and Clients, while adhering to the “Share Schema and Contract, not Class” tenet of Service Orientation. The best part is that it is VERY, VERY easy with WCF. Take a look at the workshop...
  • Blog Post: WCF (Workshop) – Part 3 (ImplementingTransactions)

    Adding to the series of Hands-on Workshop content for Windows Communication Foundation, I have release Part 3, which shows how to enable (Distributed) Transactions within WCF. In this exercise, the customer (Bank) has decided that they are going to offer a new service to their ATM users, and the new...
  • Blog Post: Windows Communication Foundation (Workshop) – Part 2

    As I promised yesterday, in my blog about Part 1 of the series (click here to see it), I am releasing Part 2 of the series today. Part 2 focuses on handling Session State in Windows Communication Foundation, and although it builds on Part 1 of the series, you can download the “starting” source code and...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Windows Communication Foundation (Workshop) – Part 1

    I am currently working on a set of workshops teaching from the basics to more advanced capabilities of Service Oriented Development with Windows Communication Foundation. Each Workshop builds on the previous workshops and can also be used as a standalone workshop. Unlike a lot of How-to documents on...
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