Glenn Block presents how developers can build RESTful solutions using Microsoft’s technologies, especially with WCF and .NET.
Christian Weyer explains how to create distributed systems using SOAP or REST on top of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) or Windows Workflow Foundation (WWF).
Cloud computing feels like a tomorrow technology. Simon Thurman shows how developers can use Biztalk to create an Internet Service Bus which can be deployed locally or in the cloud.
WCF is not just for SOAP based services and can be used with popular protocols like RSS, REST and JSON. Join Rob Windsor as he introduces WCF 3.5 and its new native support for non-SOAP services.
In a very entertaining presentation, Jim Webber debunks myths about the ESB concept and explains how a lightweight approach can yield real benefits without giving in to vendor pressure.
Christian Weyer provides a practical approach to realizing distributed solutions beyond the hype and 'Hello World'. Learn the basics of WCF and how to solve common problems in distributed systems.
Beat Schwegler shows how service-orientation affects architecture, introduces the notion of a service model between the business and technology models, and suggests a smooth migration via refactoring.
Ted Neward demonstrates using Microsoft Office to act as a rich client to Java, building a WPF gui on top of Java POJOs, and how to execute Java from within a Windows Workflow host.