MSDN Webcast: Building Applications Using the .NET Service Bus (Level 200)
MSDN Webcast: Building Applications Using the .NET Service Bus (Level 200)
Event ID: 1032414995
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Other.
Audience(s): Pro Dev/Programmer.

In this webcast, we provide an overview of the Microsoft .NET Services Service Bus. We cover what a Service Bus is and why it is necessary, and we step through the features of the Service Bus: the naming system, the service registry, the messaging fabric, and the programming model, including all the most useful bindings. We also demonstrate NetOnewayRelayBinding, NetEventRelayBinding, NetTcpRelayBinding, and WebHttpRelayBinding.

Presenter: Joel Reyes, Senior Developer Evangelist, Microsoft

Joel Reyes is a senior developer evangelist at Microsoft. Back when Joel was a GW-BASIC kid, the possibility of working for the very company that inspired him to pursue a career in systems engineering and computer science never crossed his mind. RIT, Xerox, and Microsoft have had profound impacts on Joel's career as a software professional. From developer, project manager, people manager, consulting, and now evangelism, Joel has enjoyed seeing the positive effect of software in the lives of corporations and individuals. Today, Joel has the privilege of helping make local governments more efficient and more connected with people. Privately, Joel enjoys family life, computers, and direct involvement in his community to make a difference for those less fortunate.

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