TechMixer University WCF Presentation Material

20. August 2008 11:41

Yesterday, the first ever TechMixer University was held at the BJCC.  Hats off to the organizers of the event.  It seemed to be very well planned and coordinated.  Everyone that I spoke with was enjoying themselves.  I hope there will be more of these events in the future.  They are great for building the overall technical community in the Birmingham area.

Right after lunch, I gave a presentation entitled "Hit the Ground Running with WCF Services."  It was an introduction to some of the core concepts in WCF.  Based on a rough estimate, I would say about 40 or so were in the session.  I greatly appreciate the feedback that I received from several attendees.  Hopefully, it will ease the learning curve for some of you.

As promised, I have posted the slides and code for my presentation.  You can download it here.  If you have any questions, feel free to ping me at jeff _ at_ jeffbarnes.net.

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