Planning a WCF Community Site

6. August 2007 10:00

I'm not quite ready to unveil all of the details, but I am currently working on the plans for a new WCF community site.  Assuming I don't run into many delays, I am hoping to launch the site by the late September.  I have some lofty ideas for the site, but the ultimate goal is to provide a means for developers and architects to share their knowledge and experience in WCF.

It will offer some of the usual features such as a forum, articles, sample code, and other resources.  However, I want to take it a step further and really put the power in the hands of the users to make the site a great community driven resource for all things WCF.  If you have some ideas of useful features that you would like to see, please let me know.  After all, I want it to be a community site, not just mine.

Stay tuned for more information about this endeavor in the coming weeks.

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