WCF interoperability white papers

December 14, 2010

Whenever I do WCF courses in companies that use both .NET and Java, the question of WCF interoperability always comes at some point. My usual answer is “if you use basicHttpBinding you’ll be just fine”, which is a short answer but not a complete answer, because it doesn’t take into account things like interoperability of transport and message security (the later isn’t supported in basicHttpBinding), and the use of other WS-* standards, such as WS-ReliableMessaging, or the difference between wsHttpBinding and ws2007HttpBinding when it comes to interoperability issues. Actually even the simplest interoperability using basicHttpBinding might cause problems...

Tech-Ed experience, day 3 part 2

December 1, 2010

Since I named the last post part 1, it’s only logical there would be a part 2, but unfortunately I didn’t have much time to go to other lectures, since I was occupied with going over the 1000 pictures I took at the part the day before. So instead of showing you what happened to me on Tuesday, let’s see what went on in the party on Monday. The Crowd The Show   Colleagues from Sela (try to identify who’s who in the second photo) ...
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