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Exploring Windows Communication Foundation - Part 2

, 30 Jan 2007 BSD
In this second article of the series "Exploring Windows Communication Foundation", we explore the customization of the service and working with faults and errors.



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  • He is an OS independent guy, well almost. Has worked and developed at length on HP-UX, Linux (Redhat / Mandrake), Macintosh (9, 10.x), Windows (NT, 2000, 2003, XP, Vista), Solaris (8, 9, 10); and mobile platforms Android, iPhone, Blackberry
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He holds a Bachelor's Degree (B. Tech.) from IIT Kanpur His major was in EE with specialization in DSP (SSP).

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