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WCF 4.0 Multi-tier Services Development with LINQ to Entities

by Mike Liu

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"This book is the quickest and easiest way to learn WCF and LINQ to Entities in Visual Studio 2010. WCF and LINQ to Entities are both powerful yet complex technologies from Microsoft--but you will be surprised at how easily this book will get you get up and running with them. Mastery of these two topics will quickly enable you to create Service-Oriented applications, and allow you to take your first steps into the world of Service Oriented Architecture without becoming overwhelmed."--Resource description page.… (more)

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"This book is the quickest and easiest way to learn WCF and LINQ to Entities in Visual Studio 2010. WCF and LINQ to Entities are both powerful yet complex technologies from Microsoft--but you will be surprised at how easily this book will get you get up and running with them. Mastery of these two topics will quickly enable you to create Service-Oriented applications, and allow you to take your first steps into the world of Service Oriented Architecture without becoming overwhelmed."--Resource description page.

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