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OData, Where Art Thou? Publishing OData Feeds with WCF Data Services

Speaker:

Tony Sneed

Abstract:

WCF Data Services combines patterns and libraries that enable any data store to be exposed as a REST-ful service, addressable with URIs that clients can interact with using standard HTTP verbs, such as GET and POST. WCF Data Services also has a number of advanced features, which allow you to control things like how query results are merged into previously cached objects, and eager-loading related entities. In this session you will learn how to leverage these features for more fine-grained control and to create query interceptors which allow you to perform logging, validation, and authorization. You will also learn how to manage concurrency among multiple users and expose services using custom data sources.

Bio:

Anthony Sneed is an instructor and author for DevelopMentor, where he teaches numerous courses on C# and .NET. He has authored two courses: Exploring .NET, which surveys the principal pillars of .NET (EF/LINQ, WCF, WPF/SL , RIA Services, MVVM, MEF), and Entity Framework 4.0 with Data Services, which takes a deep dive into the latest version of Microsoft’s flagship ORM product.

Tony has over 15 years experience in software development, focusing primarily on distributed application architectures. Prior to joining DevelopMentor, he worked as a lead developer and architect for the Walt Disney Company, where he designed enterprise-wide services for application security.

Tony has appeared at Microsoft’s TechEd conference and is a frequent speaker at developer groups throughout the country. He has written articles for various technical publications, including MSDN Magazine, and shares his technical expertise on .NET via his blog. You can follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

Recorded At:

Dallas .NET UG http://ddnug.net/

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