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BizTalk ESB Exception Handling – Consuming WCF Services – Part I

, 3 Nov 2012
Managing exceptions when consuming WCF services via the BizTalk ESB Toolkit



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Grant Harmer
Architect Digging Dog Ltd
New Zealand New Zealand
I have almost 20 years commercial software development using a number of languages from C++ to C#/VB. My main focus has been in the Microsoft space and, since the early 2000's, most of this has been in the web or integration arena. Over the past few years I have been focusing on building business solutions using a variety of products such as BizTalk and Share Point.
In terms of SDLC's, I have experience with various methodologies such as Agile, RUP, Iterative and Waterfall.
Lastly, the roles I have had in the last few years have given me the opportunity to gain a lot of experience as a consultant. Since, over the last 18 years, I have worked with many customers this has further given me the chance to enjoy many and varying challenges that have helped me grow in my career.
Today, I spend a lot of time talking, designing, documenting and mentoring team members. I also spend quite a bit of time authoring software and find the combination a perfect fit for me.

Consultancy, Solution architecture, Solution design, Project costing and tracking, Team lead, Software development, C#, VB, ASP.NET, HTML, DHTML, JavaScript, BizTalk, SharePoint

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