Code Camp Demos

8. October 2007 16:26

Well, I think it was another successful Code Camp.  Everything seemed to go very smoothly, and I heard several attendees comment on how much they liked the venue.  I can't speak for anyone else, but I enjoyed myself.  It was great to get together with some of other speakers that I don't see very often, such as Jim Wooley and Keith Elder, and their sessions that I caught weren't too bad either. ;)

At any rate, I appreciate those who attended my "What's New in WCF 3.5" presentation.  Overall, it seemed to be well received.  Although, I was admittedly a bit scattered since I gave it a try without using any slides to keep my on track.  However, everyone seemed to like the aspect of it being very code focused.  I will probably try this approach again in the future, but I will have a better organized outline to keep things on track and avoid too many tangents.

If you are interested in the demo, you can download the code here.  Keep in mind this is a Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 solution and requires .NET Framework 3.5. 

Also, I will be doing an expanded version of this talk at the next Birmingham .NET User Group meeting.  It will be more of a deep dive into the support for REST and syndication in WCF 3.5.  The title of the talk will be "WCF and the Programmable Web". 

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