Webcast, 10. Oktober – Windows Communication Foundation: Building Reliable and Transacted Distributed Services

Interessanter Webcast für Entwickler:

Windows Communication Foundation: Building Reliable and Transacted Distributed Services
Tuesday, October 10, 2006, 10:00 AM (GMT -8) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Language: English-American

What do you do when your network connection breaks halfway through a request? If your application consists of several services, how do you coordinate error handling between them? How do you synchronize state changes across different Web services? How do you overcome a system crash without losing important messages? The Windows Communication Foundation provides simple and powerful mechanisms that allow you to easily address these types of network and module issues. In this session, learn about reliable sessions, queues, and distributed transactions, and how these technologies are used to make applications reliable. 

Presenters: Shy Cohen & Yumay Chang, Microsoft Corporation

To register and join the webcast:

  1. Click on (or enter in your browser) the address of the registration page:
    http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032308645&Culture=en-US
  2. Click on the registration link on the left side of the webpage. You will receive a confirmation with links and instructions via email once you register. Instructions will include a link to automatically create a calendar item for this event.
    Note: A Microsoft Windows Live ID account is required to view all Microsoft webcasts. If you do not have an account you can set one up now at login.live.com.

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