WCF Windows Communication Foundation

  • December 15, 2010 15 Dec'10

    OData provides patterns for HTTP, JSON, data access

    Open Data Protocol, OData, is rapidly evolving. This Web protocol used for querying and updating data gives users a way to unlock data, freeing it from silos in today’s applications.

  • October 01, 2008 01 Oct'08

    Microsoft previews new Dublin composite app platform for SOA

    Microsoft previewed modules of a platform for composite application development. Better support for service-oriented architecture, Web 2.0 and RESTful projects is a major goal. New versions of WCF and WF are due too, as well as modeling technology ...

  • July 02, 2008 02 Jul'08

    Microsoft SOA strategy: A failure to communicate?

    Microsoft follows the road-less-traveled and nowhere is it more apparent than in its strategy for SOA, which some see as muddled while others think it's on target, but not well communicated.

  • July 06, 2006 06 Jul'06

    WCF expert on management, security and loose coupling

    Craig McMurtry, co-author of one of the first books to tackle Windows Communication Foundation, discusses what distinguishes WCF from Microsoft's previous distributed system tools.

  • January 17, 2006 17 Jan'06

    Microsoft's DeVadoss on what WCF brings to SOA

    John DeVadoss leads the architecture strategy team at Microsoft. Prior to that, he helped major ISVs like SAP and PeopleSoft link up with the .NET platform and before his Microsoft days he was a principal consultant with Tibco Software. Read

  • August 21, 2002 21 Aug'02

    Microsoft award winner: .NET proves its value

    One winner of a new Microsoft awards program recognizing .NET Web service development says that several advantages offered by .NET make the platform worthwhile.

  • July 10, 2002 10 Jul'02

    Cape Clear takes on murky battle between .NET and Java

    Web services company Cape Clear wants to bridge the gap between Java and .NET, and one analyst believes the company is strong when it comes to binding Web services and legacy applications.

  • June 27, 2002 27 Jun'02

    WSEdge 2002: Despite hype, .NET is a step forward

    At Web Services Edge East 2002, expert Richard Hale Shaw said .NET is a replacement for nearly every developer-oriented Microsoft technology since 1984 and offers many benefits for developers.

  • June 26, 2002 26 Jun'02

    Fujitsu and Microsoft expand relationship

    With Hurwitz Group research showing the platform market bifurcated between .NET and J2EE, Fujitsu's move may swing the balance a bit more to .NET, particularly in the Asia/Pacific market.

  • June 24, 2002 24 Jun'02

    Movie: Learn about Inheritance basics in VB.NET

    Inheritance was available in VB6 in a limited form, such as interface inheritance, but is more fully realized in VB.NET (i.e., implementation or "code" inheritance). This video shows the basics of how inheritance works, and sets the stage for many ...

  • May 21, 2002 21 May'02

    Microsoft: Covering their bets with .NET

    Nothing polarizes an Internet technology discussion than the mention of Microsoft. In one corner you have Microsoft and its supporters, steadfastly sticking to the belief that Microsoft is a powerful, but fundamentally honest competitor who ...

  • May 06, 2002 06 May'02

    EVENT: Applied .NET - Developing People-Oriented Software Using C#

    A revolution is taking place in the software industry -- object-oriented technology is now becoming people-oriented. As software's ability to increase connectivity between people grows, a more specialized focus on the online community is needed. The...

  • May 06, 2002 06 May'02

    Applied .NET: Developing People-Oriented Software Using C#

    Ronan Sorensen is Director of Microsoft .NET Technologies at Plural, a leading technology consulting and development firm. His responsibilities include collaboration with key clients to help them define ...

  • May 03, 2002 03 May'02

    Breaking up (Microsoft) is hard to do - Modularity is a technical issue

    Bored with the Microsoft Antitrust Trial? You should be. This set piece battle is equivalent to the 1st World War when generals wasted vast resources using trench warfare to achieve little or nothing. In the same way, the Microsoft Antitrust trial ...

  • April 23, 2002 23 Apr'02

    Comparing and contrasting the pros/cons of J2EE vs. .NET

    Expert Dave Ranck has designed and built award-winning Web-based applications in both Microsoft and Java technologies and regularly speaks at seminars and events on topics relating to Web services, .NET and J2EE. In this article, he answers a user's...