WCF Case Studies

10. July 2007 15:20

Last week, one of my favorite WCF blogger's, Nicholas Allen, posted a list of WCF case studies that are available via the Microsoft Case Studies site.  In an effort to save you time searching for WCF case studies, he has hand picked fifteen different ones that are considerably involved with WCF.  I have only reviewed a few of them, but they are rather interesting.  I thought the one for Pfizer was pretty cool.  It gives me a vision of a bunch of scientists in white lab coats sitting around a computer using 3D graphs and images to analyze their experiments...compliments of WCF and WPF!

You may be thinking...great, what a waste of time.  However, I would encourage you to poke around the case study site.  Even if you are not into WCF, there are hundreds and hundreds of case studies accessible for download.  Even though most of it is very high level, it is a great way to get an idea of how others have successfully applied a particular technology to solve a problem.  You might just find the leverage you need to persuade a group to use your favorite technology on an upcoming project. 

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