Programming Microsoft Message Queues (MSMQ) in .NET Book Chapters

October 9, 2007 19:11 by garrymc

Here is Chapters 4 & 5 of the book I never got around to publishing. The chapters cover MSMQ in a fair amount of depth, but remember whole books have been written on this subject. So don’t expect it to be some type of bible. Having said that, if you don’t need to be a guru then these Chapters will give you more than enough knowledge to start working with MSMQ and also explain why it’s a good fit for a particular situation. I’ve included the table of contents so you’ll have an idea of what’s being covered. If you have any feedback feel free to leave a comment! More...

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The dotNetProfessional - It's been awhile....

September 10, 2007 21:29 by garrymc

Greetings its been awhile since my last post and this is largely due to the move from Sydney to Seattle. I've now made the move and have been working at Microsoft via a vendor for the past 3 months. I'm not allowed to say too much about the project at this stage, but I can say that its working with all the latest goodies such as WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation), WCF (Windows Communication Foundation) and WF (Workflow Foundation). I'll try and post some interesting bits I've learned (as samples) over the next few months. However, to kick start my blog again I'll be posting the Chapters to the book I tried writing a few years ago. Again while the content is based on .NET 1.1 the theory should be as useful today as it was when I wrote it. More...

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