Voice your opinion on .NET interoperability with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)


 

Who says Microsoft doesn’t listen? Here is a chance to voice your opinion and make .NET more interoperable and easier to use when dealing with other languages/runtime through Web Services (WS-*).

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The .NET Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) team is planning its next set of features and wants to hear from developer’s experiences. For that purpose, they have provided a quick, to-the-point survey for you to provide a developer to developer feedback.

Achieving interoperability between platforms should be easy and straightforward, right? We know it’s not always the case. So, go ahead provide your feedback today on what is keeping you awake at night and what would make you happy.  We are early in the product cycle, but need your feedback by July 15th to truly make the impact we all want.

The survey is right here: http://mymfe.microsoft.com/WCF/Feedback.aspx?formID=283

If you have any questions on the survey, please contact Abu Obeida Bakhach, Interoperability Program Manager at abu.obeida@microsoft.com

Thanks!

Comments (2)

  1. Justin Dearing says:

    I filled out the survey, then I sent a mail to the feedback email address listed on the survey (isurvey@microsoft.com), and I got an SMTP error.

    I'm sure it was an honest mistake, and I appreciate the fact that Microsoft it taking the time to get feedback from its customers. However, it is annoying.

  2. JC Cimetiere says:

    @Justin: sorry about that.

    We've checked and the isurvey email should be working. But for some reason if it doesn't go through again, send directly to abu.obeida@microsoft.com

    JC