In-Depth

How Indigo Will Impact Developers

Learn what WCF is, why Microsoft is working on it, how it will impact developers, and where it fits into the bigger picture of Microsoft technologies.

VSLive! Sydney, November 2005

Watch the video of the keynote! (Running time: 48 minutes, Windows Media format)

Ami Vora
WCF Product Manager

Microsoft's Ami Vora describes how you can use the power of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) to build the kinds of applications we need in today's connected society. Learn what WCF is, why Microsoft is working on it, how it will impact developers, and where it fits into the bigger picture of Microsoft technologies.

About the Speaker
Ami Vora is the product manager for Windows Communication Foundation in the Developer and Platform Evangelism Division at Microsoft. Ami coordinates technical marketing and product planning for WCF, Microsoft's next-generation Web services technology. Prior to joining the Indigo team, Ami was a program manager on the Visual C++ team at Microsoft.

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