Source code for ‘Pro WCF’ by Amit Bahree, Dennis Mulder, Shawn Cicoria, Chris Peiris, and Nishith Pathak – Apress/pro-wcf. Source code for ‘Pro WCF 4’ by Nishith Pathak. Contribute to Apress/pro-wcf-4 development by creating an account on GitHub. It explains how you can address these issues using WCF. samples, which you can find in the Source Code section of the Apress web site ().
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You can get more details from the following two posts where not only you can browse the catalogue but also download them. Read this story in the Guardian about a guy called Matt apresd, who blogged about bringing up his daughter all alone, as his wife died soon after giving birth.
This was such a heart stopping story, which is highly recommended.
Pro WCF 4 – My latest book published – nishithpathak
Interesting shift on the tone of the blog which first helped Matt with the bereavement and later gave him strength to cope with this to finally the blog providing support for others in a ecf boat and looking for help. Matt has just released a book called Two Kisses for Maddy as well.
You can check out the Table of Contents here and download the book in either pdf format or xps format. My Book on WCF is now available on Google Books — perfect for those of you who don’t want to buy the book to support a few starving authors. This was written a few months ago and has been going through the internal process at MS to get published- finally it is up there — better late than never I guess.
Interestingly, apreds cannot download the source code for the samples and the small app that I had written — you can see the screen shots and the code snipped. If you need the complete solution let me know. Here is a abstract from the publisher:.
Domain-Specific Zpress DSLs —languages geared to specific vertical or horizontal areas of interest—are generating growing excitement from software engineers and architects. DSLs bring aprrss agility to the creation and evolution of software, allowing selected design aspects to be expressed in terms much closer to the system requirements than standard program code, significantly reducing development costs in large-scale projects and product lines.
In this breakthrough book, four leading experts reveal exactly how DSLs work, and how you can make the most of them in your environment. This is a Level Webcast, and there is a lot of material to cover! If you would like us to do a Webcast on any specific topic from WCF let us know — we will see what we can do. If you are interested you can see the recording for this session. I alongwith some dcf my co-authors are going to be hosting a couple of MSDN Webcasts next month — the details for both are listed below.
The article directly can be found via this link. The other two should follow soon. The table of contents is also published and can be downloaded from here. Dennis earlier was responsible for collating the code from us for the book, and he just informed us it is available online!
You can get the code from here and have a play. You will of course need. It is good to see some reviews starting to come along, if you have any questions feel free to ping any of us and also let us know if you find any issues with the code — or the book if you need some help. I think the WCF Book that I recently finished is out earlier than a week and should be available on Jan 15th instead of the 22nd, however Amazon still shows the availability of Jan 22nd.
This is published by APress and it should be available by January 22nd — a little longer than usual because of the holiday season. It sure has been a very interesting experience for me.
Pro WCF: Practical Microsoft SOA Implementation
Hopefully it would be as useful for you. I hopefully will be able to take out some time to talk a little more about it here in the near future — all depends on how much time I can take out.
NeoSmart highlights about the fact that there is a possibility that. What would this mean? Well a couple of things.
One, hopefully MS has gotten their act together and stop making huge breaking changes in every public drop. While I understand that every CTP is still early in beta and with the nature of these things there will be changes, but you should see the number of breaking changes that are being made so late in the game. Which makes all this quite irritating — and it seems quite similar to experiences shared with a few other colleagues of mine had with VSTS and Team Foundation Server.
And two, hopefully there would be documentation! Currently, one of the chapters for the WCF book I am writing is on Peer-2—Peer networking and there is almost no information publicly wcg
Integrating WCF Services with COM+
Which as you can imagine makes life a bit interesting, though reflector is your friend in such situations. So, lets ignore the. Who are these crazy people you ask?
Brave enough to hang out with me. I qcf to find aprexs if anyone out there has read The Connection Machine — which essentially is a PhD thesis of the author’s W.
Danny Hillis and seems to be something I would be interested in.
The question I have is, has anyone read it and if so what do they think of it? And if you have it, can I borrow it to read it? First post with free books Second post with free books Happy Leeching! Here is a abstract from the publisher: Page 1 Page 2 Next page. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.