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How to Use a WCF Service without Adding a Service Reference or Proxy

, 28 Jun 2012
Shows how you can loosely couple your WCF service.
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Gajendra Medatia
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
I am into Software Development since 1998. I have 12 +years of experience designing, developing and
Maintaining, applications and databases in corporate environments within Information Technology.
Strong experience with N-tier architecture, design, development, methodology, and Successfully
designed, developed and implemented Client/Server Systems, Intranet/Internet Applications and
databases utilizing C#, VB .Net , Visual Studio 2010 .NET, ASP.NET, MS SQL Server 2008, XML, IIS 7.5,
Windows 2003 and Windows XP. Expert in ASP.NET, WCF Service, WPF, Java Script, XML, HTML.
 
My skill Set: C#, VB.net ,ASP.NET, WCF, WPF, XML, JavaScript, SQL Server

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