Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is an API used to build distributed applications using .NET 3.0 (and higher). WCF was designed to expose the current multitude of Windows remoting APIs (web servcies, MSMQ, TCP, peer-to-peer, etc) from a single unified toolkit. In this course, attendees will examine the overall WCF programming model, binding choices, host options, security issues and the use of declarative markup to specify the underlying infrastructure.
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This class is intended for experienced .NET 2.0 software developers. No knowledge of WCF is assumed.
Understanding of Object Oriented Programming using C# or VB.NET 2.0 development experience.
Building Robust WCF Services
Stateful WCF Services
Integrating with COM+