Code Camp Presentation Change

17. October 2006 23:30

The third edition of the Alabama Code Camp is coming up next weekend on Saturday, October 28th in Montgomery, AL.  I originally submitted two presentations for the event: Introduction to Windows Communication Foundation as well as Extensibility in Windows Communication Foundation

However, after getting into the preparation of the extensibility presentation, I have decided that it is really too broad of a subject area.  Instead of providing a high-level overview of the major extensibility points, I would rather narrow it down to allow sufficient time for getting into some of the details.  Consequently, I have decided to change the presentation to "Leveraging WCF to Build Reliable, Transacted, and Scalable Distributed Systems."

This presentation will be build upon the introductory session by taking a closer look at some of capabilities of WCF that will be most commonly used in the development of distributed systems.  It will cover reliable sessions, distributed transactions, and queues.

I hope to see you there.

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