Tampa Bay IASA – August 2008 Meeting

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Web Service Software Factory Modeling Edition

The Web Service Software Factory (WSSF) Modeling Edition focuses on building the server side of a web services infrastructure, using either ASMX or WCF services. The new release uses three Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) to model services: service contract, data contract and host models. Through use of these DSLs, WSSF helps developers construct a scalable, extensible web service framework from the service interfaces to the translation of domain data into business entities, and back! This session will get you jump-started in building your own services infrastructure using the WSSF from Microsoft Patterns & Practices group.

Speaker: Stan Schultes is a Sarasota, FL – based developer/architect, author, and a regular speaker at regional developer events. He’s a Microsoft MVP in Visual Basic and a former Contributing Editor and columnist to Visual Studio Magazine. Stan has presented over a dozen MSDN webcasts, showed the WCF/WF developer demos at the Visual Studio 2008 Launch Event in Tampa, and the Team System demos at the Visual Studio 2005 Launch Event in Orlando. He’s currently developing a suite of web services and design tools in an engineering-driven custom product design environment. Visit http://www.vbnetexpert.com for presentation slide decks, webcast and technical links, blog, and other developer information.

When & Where:

Thursday, August 28, 2008 from 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM (ET)
Kforce Corporate Headquarters
1001 East Palm Avenue
Tampa, FL 33605
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Please be aware that the location has changed from the Microsoft office to Kforce. The Kforce office is near Ybor City, so make sure to allow some extra time for traffic.

Please be sure to register if you plan on attending the meeting. We use the registration numbers so we have an idea of how many pizzas to order. We also use the registrations as a “second chance entry” for the drawing at the end of the meeting (but you must register and show up, of course).