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WCF: Duplex Operations and UI Threads

, 20 Feb 2007
This article examines how duplex operations are implemented in WCF as well as some of the issues that may arise when dealing with UI threads.
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About the Author

jeff.barnes
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
I'm a passionate software developer and advocate of the Microsoft .NET platform. In my opinion, software development is a craft that necessitates a conscious effort to continually improve your skills rather than falling into the trap of complacency. I was also awarded as a Microsoft MVP in Connected Systems in 2008, 2009, and 2010.

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