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Programming WCF Services

Ð Programming WCF Services ☆ Juval Lowy Clemens Vasters Ð Programming WCF Services ☆ Juval Lowy Clemens Vasters - Programming WCF Services, Programming WCF Services Written by Microsoft software legend Juval Lowy Programming WCF Services is the authoritative introduction to Microsoft s new and some say revolutionary unified platform for developing service orie

  • Title: Programming WCF Services
  • Author: Juval Lowy Clemens Vasters
  • ISBN: 9780596526993
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback

Ð Programming WCF Services ☆ Juval Lowy Clemens Vasters, Programming WCF Services, Juval Lowy Clemens Vasters, Programming WCF Services Written by Microsoft software legend Juval Lowy Programming WCF Services is the authoritative introduction to Microsoft s new and some say revolutionary unified platform for developing service oriented applications SOA on Windows Relentlessly practical the book delivers insight not documentation to teach developers what they need to know to build the next generaWritt

Programming WCF Services

Ð Programming WCF Services ☆ Juval Lowy Clemens Vasters Ð Programming WCF Services ☆ Juval Lowy Clemens Vasters - Programming WCF Services, Programming WCF Services Written by Microsoft software legend Juval Lowy Programming WCF Services is the authoritative introduction to Microsoft s new and some say revolutionary unified platform for developing service orie Programming WCF Services

  • Ð Programming WCF Services ☆ Juval Lowy Clemens Vasters
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Programming WCF Services

149 Comment Programming WCF Services

  1. Gave me the information I needed on WCF Good guidance for best practices in the WCF Coding Convention appendix The declarative security portion was good stuff.Useful, but not inspiring I didn t like the author s I m the authority, so here s how you should do it tone Also glad I didn t pay for the book, as it has bunches of method signatures and enum s defined straight out of the implementation These are repeats of the Framework documentation and the actual WCF class library metadata.When I read [...]


  2. Not a full re read.I ve read this book few yrs ago 2nd Ed and at that time it was by faaaar the best book about WCF superbly detailed, clear true one stop shop for anyone interested in not just learning the basics, but entering the path of system integration mastery.Now I ve just went through all the changes I could identify between 2ed 4ed the most notable of them ServiceModelEx Service Fabric And the latter is by far the best addition to the book very fresh topic not officially released as RTM [...]


  3. Not a good introductory book This book has a lot of advanced material and is not an appropriate first book on WCF It also suffers from some bad choices regarding what is inluded and formatting As one example, every time an attribute is mentioned, the code for the attribute declaration is in the text This gets in the way when you have to differentiate between the important code and the attribute declaration It also needs better organization or formatting The security chapter goes on for 104 pages [...]


  4. This is complete bible I read this book from side to side and it is excellent If You don t know anything, or you know something but You want to know this is for You After reading this book you will be very fluent in wcf You will understand how great this platform is and what excellence features it have Also after reading it You will find out, that some operation could be done withing couple minutes and You don t have to write it by yourself This is must read for every developer in SOA environme [...]


  5. The book begins with the very basics WCF Essentials and soon takes a deep dive into Service, Data and Operation contracts and other aspects of WCF, making it a useful for both novice and expert readers The author gives a good number of intricate details about WCF.I usually either just glance through or skip the appendix of many books that I ve read this one was an exception, read through all the appendices WCF Coding Standard being a top notch appendix.This book will be one of those I will use t [...]


  6. Reading it for the second time now I should have taken the certification exam while I had a WCF projectYes, Lowy is a little too passionate about WCF for my taste every method should be a service but that s what I like about the book it has an attitude, and a sensible one as it turns out looking back at some experience of my own On the other hand, wading through the code samples especially the base classes and helpers the author has written are just tiring, especially when reading it as an ebook [...]


  7. I went as long as I could without buying a WCF book, but after burning a few days on WCF minutae that I couldn t resolve via the web I broke down and bought this book.The TOC looks promising, will see how it turns out in practice.Bad omen in foreword Every program should use WCF Huh Er, no.



  8. This book was great for learning transactions and the security chapter was thorough yet simplified enough to be easily understood However, it can be dry at times and he spent a lot of time pushing his extended WCF library.




  9. Pretty good so far I needed a primer that will show how to use WCF in different applications and this book provides a no nonsense description of the nuts and bolts.



  10. Very interesting book for Microsoft nerds like me I wonder when I will get to read a fun book again Commuting door to door in my car has really cut down on my reading time




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