New Features in WCF 4 that will Instantly Make you More Productive
Communication Foundation has proven itself as a powerful and productive
framework for addressing the myriad of messaging scenarios common in
today’s distributed application landscape. WCF 3.0 introduced the
unified programming model with a focus on SOAP messaging and WCF 3.5
shortly followed adding support for REST. In this talk, we’ll take a
look at some of the new features in WCF 4.0 which will ship with the
.NET Framework 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010. While not a comprehensive
review, we’ll take a look at the new simplified configuration options
for getting your services up and running in no time, support for
WS-Discovery which allows your services to be discovered by other
clients and services, as well as basic routing capabilities that allow
messages to be delivered to multiple recipients based on routing rules.
About Rick G. Garibay
With nearly 12 years experience delivering solutions on
the Microsoft platform in various industry sectors, Rick is a
developer, architect, speaker and writer on distributed .NET
technologies and is a Solutions Architect at Neudesic.
Rick focuses on streamlining business processes while
enhancing the productivity of developers by combining modern, iterative
software engineering methodologies with technologies such as Microsoft
.NET, Windows Communication Foundation and Windows Azure to deliver
business value and drive revenue while reducing operational costs.
Rick is an active speaker and member of the greater
Phoenix .NET community and is the President and Co-Founder of the
Phoenix Connected Systems User Group. Most recently, Rick delivered a
presentation at the 2009 Microsoft SOA and Business Process Conference
in Redmond, WA. Rick is an avid writer, and has published numerous
articles in-print and online including CODE Magazine, his blog, and
DevX. Rick has been awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional
designation for Connected Systems.