F.NUG November 2010 - Windows Communication Foundation

Wednesday, 17 November 2010 from 06:30:00 PM to 09:00:00 PM (America/Halifax) Add to your calendar
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Fredericton .NET User Group

November F.NUG Meeting

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6:30pm - 9:00pm (ITC building UNB Campus, Room ITC317)

Topic:  Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)

Presented by: Chris Eaton



This presentation will introduce and explain Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)for users new both to WCF and to web services. It starts with an overview of WCF and it's capabilities, as well as some scenarios showing when WCF can be useful. It then walks through creating, configuring, publishing and accessing a service, showing how the client communicates with the server to perform operations. Next, it looks at commonly used capabilities of WCF such as authentication, streaming, asynchronous service requests, error handling, and integration with existing ASP.net applications. Finally, there will be a look at REST services and how they differ from a standard SOAP service. 

Speaker Bio

Chris is a programmer and systems analyst for the Departments of Local Government and Environment, with the Government of New Brunswick. As part of a small development team, he designs and builds software used for environmental inspections, requests for environmental data on property in New Brunswick, environmental stewardship programs, handling of water sample data, and integrating business applications with GIS tools. Chris primarily works with .net and Oracle.

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