Making WCF (Windows Communication Foundation) Services Simpler and More Efficient
This week, I was teaching Learning Tree course 2620: .NET 4 Programming for Existing .NET Developers. This course covers many of .NET’s new features and how they can be used to simplify development. In one chapter we talk about taking advantage of some WCF features WCF Configure-less Services There are a number of things that […]
To Code or Not to Code? That is the question!
Last week I wrote about how Microsoft, with their latest version of Visual Studio LightSwitch, is providing cloud development options for developers who may not be primarily coders. To this point one could make a case that that particular segment of the PaaS market has been largely dominated by Force.com. Therefore it caught my attention […]