March 10-12, 2010
Montreal, Canada

Building RESTful Services with .NET

One of the key new features of .NET is the Web Programming Model with Windows Communication Foundation 3.5. The Web Programming Model enables developers to build Services using a RESTful architecture. The number of services implemented using this new architectural approach out in the wild is growing by leaps and bounds. In this session we cover the basics of REST versus SOAP/WS-*, and how to build Services using WCF 3.5 that are RESTful in nature. We also talk about adding Web feeds (RSS and/or ATOM) to our Services, which can enable easy access to enterprise data.

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Mario Cardinal

Slingboards Lab

Known for many years as an agile coach specialized in software architecture, Mario Cardinal is the co-founder of Slingboards Lab, a software publisher that empower people to get a sense of fulfillment. An experimenter and an entrepreneur, he likes to seize the opportunities that emerge from the unexpected. He is the author of the book "Executable Specifications with Scrum". For ten consecutive year, he has received from Microsoft the Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award. http://about.me/mario.

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