WCF Workshops and Resources

26. July 2006 13:58

The Microsoft Federal Government Developer and Platform Evangelism Team Site has published a series of WCF workshops that can be downloaded here.  These workshops are essentially complete demos that give you a guide to working through a lot of the basic WCF concepts.  I haven't reviewed all of them, but they look like a good from a glance.

Also, the Federal Developer Blog has quite a few recent posts with additional WCF resources that are worth checking out.  In particular, this post has a list of on-demand webcasts that span quite a few topics related to WCF.

If you are interested in WCF, this is definitely a resource to add to your list.

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