WCF 4 – Microsoft’s official course in Israel for the first time

August 11, 2010


Recently, I had the pleasure of passing the first Microsoft’s official WCF 4 course in Israel in its beta version (the course hasn’t been officially released yet). The course, developed by several of Sela’s experts in the past seven months, is part of the new set of courses Microsoft offers for .NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010.

It was a bit strange to give a course I’ve spend the last couple of months writing, but I enjoyed it very much, and the crowd (21 people) was great and asked a lot of interesting questions.

We (the Sela team) invested a lot of time and effort in writing this course, but it was a great experience and it taught me a lot about WCF 4 internals and how to work with the Microsoft Learning group (dealing with people from China, India, the United States, and Canada is quite difficult, taking into account the many time zones involved).

There were a lot of people from Sela involved in developing this course, some of them mentioned in the official documents, and some not, so this is a good time to mention them (sorry in advance if I missed someone) – Ishai Ram, Manu Cohen-Yashar, Sasha Goldshtein, Amir Zuker, Alon Fliess, Eli Dagan, Sarit Taib, and Baruch Toledano.

If you are interested in this course, it will be officially released on August 31, 2010, and will be given in Sela from September (exact dates and schedule will be set according to demand).

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  1. Anatoly FeldmanAugust 20, 2012 ב 3:20 pm

    It is not first time in Israel. I provided WCF course in NAALE school Yemin Ord, grade 12.

    Anatoly Feldman,
    Microsoft Certified Trainer since 2006

  2. ShannonJanuary 14, 2013 ב 8:55 am

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