Auckland Connected Systems User Group – Creating and Consuming RESTful Web Services with WCF – Ron Jacobs

 

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 It is my pleasure to to introduce you to the Auckland Connected Systems User Group. This is a new .NET User Group in Auckland, New Zealand. The meetings will be held at Datacom and at Microsoft (our sponsors), we try to meet once every two months unless we have an impromptu speaker. The technologies covered will be around BizTalk, WCF, WF and any other integration technologies from Microsoft.

  If you are interested please check out the website and subscribe to the newsletter or subscribe to the News RSS feed to learn about upcoming meetings. You can also join the user group as we might add sponsor offers and member downloads in the future after meetings.

  To kick it off in a big way our first meeting details are below:

  Event: Creating and Consuming RESTful Web Services with WCF – Ron Jacobs

  Description: RESTful Web services are emerging as a new way to make your web service available to even the simplest of client apps. Learn how to design, build, create and consume these services with WCF.

  About Ron Jacobs:
  Ron Jacobs is a Sr. Technical Evangelist in the Microsoft Platform Evangelism group based at the company headquarters in Redmond Washington. Ron’s evangelism is focused on Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). He is also the former host of the ARCast series on Channel 9 about IT Architecture.

  Date:
 Frida, 23 of May 2008 5:30 p.m.

  Location:  

 MPC Room
 Microsoft New Zealand
 Level 5, 22 Viaduct Harbour Avenue
 Auckland, New Zealand 1010

 Please register for the meeting by filling out your details on the meeting page.

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