Professional WCF 4 by Pablo Cibraro
Windows Communication Foundation with .NET 4

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A guide to architecting, designing, and building distributed applications with Windows Communication Foundation

Windows Communication Foundation is the .NET technology that is used to build service-oriented applications, exchange messages in various communication scenarios, and run workflows. This guide enables developers to create state-of-the-art applications using this technology.

Written by a team of Microsoft MVPs and WCF experts, this book explains how the pieces of WCF 4.0 build on each other to provide a comprehensive framework to support distributed enterprise applications. Experienced developers will learn both theory and practical application using the familiar Wrox approach.

.NET developers will learn to design services, create a hosting environment with Dublin, build cloud-based integrations, and much more.

Coverage Includes:

Design Principles and PatternsService Contracts and Data ContractsBindings ClientsInstancing Workflow Services Understanding WCF SecurityWCF Security in ActionFederated Authentication in WCF Windows Azure Platform AppFabricCreating a SOA Case Creating the Communication and Integration CaseCreating the Business ProcessHosting
 

About Pablo Cibraro

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About the Authors, Microsoft Connected System Developer MVPsPablo Cibraro is an enterprise architect and Regional CTO at Tellago as well as an MVP Connected System Developer.Kurt Claeys is an architect and coach in developing .NET enterprise applications with a focus on integration implemented using WCF. He's an MCT, MCSD and MVP Connected System Developer.Fabio Cozzolino is a Software Architect, Analyst, and Developer at FimeSan, a CompuGroup Company, and is an MVP in the Connected System Developer category.Johann Grabner is a freelance trainer for Microsoft Learning Partners and an MVP Connected System Developer.
 
Published July 15, 2010 by Wrox. 481 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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