Monthly Archives: October 2007

Materials of Dynamic Languages conference

Here you can download the presentation and samples (in spanish) of the talk “Present and future of Dynamic Languages” (“Presente y futuro de los Lenguajes Dinámicos”) that I did in Microsoft Argentina HQ together with Martín Salías.

Thanks to everyone who attended to this event.

Dynamic Languages conference

The next Friday I will be speaker (together with Martín Salías) in a conferences of Dynamic Languages and DLR.

This is the link to register.

I hope to see you there.

Materials of Advance Windows Communication Foundation Conference

Here you can download the presentation and samples (in spanish) of the conference “Advance Windows Communication Foundation” (“Windows Communication Foundation Avanzado”) that I did in Microsoft Argentina HQ together with Diego Gonzalez and Javier Arguello.

The best of this presentation:

  • The summary of what properties you must be use in each type of behavior (by DiegoG)
  • The solution for retrieve the entire WCF configuration from a centralizated database catalog (by Me)
  • The technique for host WCF services in IIS without create .svc files (by Me)
  • The didactic explanation of the WCF channel model (by JavierA)

In futures posts I will explain some of this solutions and techniques.

Thanks to everyone who attended to this event.

Me, Javier and Diego

Me, Javier and Diego

Silverlight article in .CODE magazine

Together with Ariel Neisen, Soledad Pano and Federico Garcia I wrote a front page article about Silverlight in this month’s number of .CODE magazine.

The bad news are that is the last number of this excelent magazine. I hope that this is an only slow break and soon becomes publish again.


Certificate Access Error in a IIS hosted WCF service

My coleague at Lagash Mariano Sanchez has started his own Blog. Your first article is about a tricky error when a WCF service hosted in an IIS tries to load a certificate from the Windows Certificates Store with the account of the Application Pool.

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