Speaking at Huntsville User Group on May 21

18. April 2007 23:14

If you will be in the Huntsville, AL area on Monday, May 21st, feel free to drop by the Huntsville New Technology Users Group meeting.  Check the website for driving directions and complete details.

I will be delivering a presentation entitled "Introduction to WCF: Fundamental Concepts for Developers".  It will be similar to the introductory WCF presentation that I gave at code camp.  However, the Huntsville User Group allows for a longer presentation (around 90 mins to 2 hrs).  So, I intend to take advantage of it to provide some thorough coverage of the core concepts. 

A lot of information will be packed into the allotted time.  We will discuss what exactly is WCF, the general architecture, and drill down into the fundamentals.  Specifically, we will examine contracts, bindings, behaviors, and hosting.  I will also demonstrate some utilities such as the WCF Configuration Editor and the Service Trace Viewer. 

If you are interested in WCF or just curious about the technology, this will be a great opportunity to learn about it and enjoy some free pizza at the same time.

I hope to see you there.

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