Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Windows Communication Foundation

Last month I attended a presentation by Brian Noyes on Windows Communication Foundation, which I hope to write at length about at a later time. One thing that caught my attention was that WFC has been designed on an opt-in basis. The default setting are closed and the programmer has to open up for each individual task. This suggests that Microsoft has finally learned the importance of building security into their systems. Whether or not your use Windows, this means a more secure Internet for all users.

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