WCF Presentation for Nashville

31. May 2007 06:52

Yesterday, I delivered a WCF presentation for a Microsoft Developer Day event in Nashville, TN.  It was held at the Tennessee Tower, and most of the attendees were IT employees for the State of Tennessee.  The entire event was basically a good introduction of .NET 3.0 and also touched on MOSS 2007.  I really enjoyed this particular speaking event.  The crowd was very attentive and interactive.  There seemed to be a lot of genuine enthusiasm about .NET 3.0 and its possibilities. 

Overall, I feel like my WCF presentation went fairly well.  Several folks expressed an interest in getting access to the slides and code.  So, I thought I would oblige. 

Here is a link to the RAR file that contains my slides and code demos used during the presentation.  If you have any questions, please feel free to email me or use the contact form on my blog.  I am always happy to discuss WCF!

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