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Introduction to Validation Application Block integration with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)

, 5 May 2007
An article on Validation Application Block integration with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
VAB-WCFIntegration - Codeproject
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Guy Burstein (bursteg)
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Guy Burstein is a senior consultant and lecturer at Advantech Technologies – Microsoft Division, specializing in architecture, design and development of distributed applications.
He is a presenter at conferences and user-group meetings and has delivered seminars, courses and hands-on training for developing distributed applications using latest Microsoft tools and technologies.

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