PDC2008 Sessions Posted

A bunch of sessions were posted up to the PDC2008 session list very early this morning. While I understand this isn’t breaking news, it is quite exciting nonetheless. Posted CSD sessions that I find of particular interest include: Workflow Services: Orchestrating Services and Business Processes Extending Windows Workflow Foundation v.Next with Custom Activities Workflow Services…

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endpoint.tv – Getting Control of the URI with RESTful WCF Services

RESTFul people want to control the URI of their services.  They focus on building a good information architecture that describes the resources their site provides.  Historically most web sites described resources in terms of files and paths in the virtual root of the web server.  But what if your resources are coming from a database…

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This Week in Downloads

Welcome to the first installment of a weekly post to outline updates and changes in the world of WF and WCF materials. As I said in my apologetic post yesterday, most of the updates are in a holding pattern this week, so it’s been a quiet one. But I did want to mention two updates…

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MSDN Webcasts in July – Creating Connected Applications

Due to popular demand for our June WF/WCF webcasts, four July webcasts have been added to the MSDN .NET Framework 3.5: Create Connected Applications webcast series. Webcast Title Date/Time Presenter Level Transactional Windows Communication Foundation Services 7/7/2008 10:00 AM PDT Juval Lowy 200 Using Windows Workflow Foundation to Build Services 7/9/2008 10:00 AM PDT Jon…

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Do you feel like a WCF Noob?

Whenever I pick up a new technology I must admit that I feel kind of stupid, like a dummy or a complete idiot.  Perhaps that is why there are all those “For Dummies” books out there.  Of course you aren’t actually dumb, your just a noob.  When you are new to something you don’t know…

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