Wrapping up October’s conferences

Monday, October 14, 2013

It’s mid-October and I’m already warn down after two weeks of conferences. My October began in Las Vegas with DevConnections where I had a workshop and four sessions, continued with a 72-hour stop back home in Israel for some father-son time (with my son of course, not with my father), and then another week in London with Software Architect where I had a workshop and a session. Now I’m back home, relaxing, working, and preparing for my next conference in December, this time in Israel at the SDP (Sela Developer Practice) conference. In case you didn’t attend my...
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Wrapping up SDP Nov. 2012

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Wow, a conference that lasts 8 days, that a first. So here’s the gist of what I taught in 5 of these days: What’s new in WCF 4.5 In this 1-hour session I covered some of the important new features of WCF 4.5, such as Intellisense for configuration, UDP and WebSockets bindings, and improved support for streaming and compression. Debugging the Web with Fiddler In this 1-day tutorial we saw how to use Fiddler to debug, test, and...

Two months speaking spree

Friday, October 5, 2012

If you’ve been checking my blog in the last couple of weeks, you might have noticed I haven’t been posting much. In the past two months I have been traveling around the world, speaking in conferences and local user groups. So to sum up this intensive, fun times, here’s a list of all conferences I visited and links to all the material I showed. What’s new in WCF 4.5 Building scalable, low-latency web apps with Windows Azure Embracing HTTP with the ASP.NET Web API ...

WCF or ASP.NET Web APIs? My two cents on the subject

Monday, March 5, 2012

A couple of weeks ago (around Feb. 16) the WCF WebAPIs - a framework for building RESTful/Hypermedia/HTTP services, which was in development over the past 1.5 years as a side-project on CodePlex, has been formally integrated into ASP.NET and its name changed to the ASP.NET Web API. These past two weeks, there has been a lot of questions among WCF developers: What does it mean that the Web APIs are no longer a part of WCF – is WCF dead? Has SOAP gone bankrupted? is HTTP the new way to go for interoperability? To get a...