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Posted 28 Jun 2010

WCF by Example - Introduction

, 28 May 2013 CPOL
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Patterns and best practices for the desing and development of rich client enterprise applications using WPF, WCF and NHibernate
 

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QuestionAbout deploy Pin
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GeneralChanges to be done for Database first approach using EF5. Pin
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QuestionWhat is the reason behind System.NullReferenceException? Pin
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QuestionCreating Entities of Domain is tiresome. Pin
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GeneralMy vote of 5 Pin
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UCLAdam31-May-12 5:44
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I've read a lot of WCF articles, but I have to say this is probably the best! It's helped me immensely as a relative newcomer to WCF.

I don't suppose you have a downloadable format for the series articles? I'd hate to come back to a "page not found" one day.
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