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Choosing the Right Client/Server Communication Option

Simplify your development process in n-tier client/server systems with Windows Communication Foundation.

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Get help deciding how to select the appropriate client/server communication technology for your development processes. How do you choose from Web services, Web Services Enhancements (WSE), Enterprise Services, Remoting, Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM), and Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ)? What does Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), formerly Indigo, mean to you, and how can you plan ahead for a process transition? Rockford Lhotka outlines the strengths and weaknesses of each option for today's developer. Learn why migrating to WCF can simplify your dev processes, and how you can do it smoothly.

About the Author

Rockford Lhotka is the author of several books, including the Expert VB and C# 2005 Business Objects books and related CSLA .NET framework. He is a Microsoft Regional Director, MVP and INETA speaker. Rockford is the Principal Technology Evangelist for Magenic, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.

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