WCF Design Concepts

Explore common design concepts for building connected systems on the Microsoft platform using Windows Communication Foundation.
Course info
Rating
(303)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
August 22, 2008
Duration
6h 35m
Table of contents
Serialization
1h 22m
Security
1h 28m
Reliability
1h 4m
Description
Course info
Rating
(303)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
August 22, 2008
Duration
6h 35m
Description

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is the basis for building connected systems on the Windows platform using .NET, making it possible to build secure, reliable, and transacted services that can be composed into service-oriented applications. This course explores several key areas of WCF service architecture, including serialization, service contracts, faults and exceptions, security and reliability.

About the author
About the author

Aaron is a co-founder of Pluralsight where he serves as the Chief Executive Officer. Aaron has authored numerous Pluralsight courses in the areas of Azure (cloud computing), WCF, Web services, XML and BizTalk Server. Over the years, Aaron has written numerous articles, whitepapers, and books and he's a contributing editor with MSDN Magazine where he authored The XML Files and Service Station columns for years. Aaron frequently speaks at industry events including TechEd, PDC, and VSLive!

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