Indisposable WCF clients

by Marcel Veldhuizen 30. May 2010 10:12

I have spent a considerable amount of time on development in a service-oriented architecture. On the Microsoft platform, the technology of choice is WCF (Windows Communication Foundation). Generally, it is a great technology, but it does have its nuisances. One of them is the way certain error conditions are handled when consuming web services.


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Programming | .NET


by Marcel Veldhuizen 30. May 2010 03:35

A few years ago I wouldn't have imagined I would start a blog, but things change. Every now and then I have the urge to write about something that I consider interesting, but I have no place to put it. Now I do.

I plan to be focusing mostly on .NET software development. I also expect posts to be infrequent, but who knows, maybe I'll become inspired.

About me

Software development has been one of my major interests from the moment I had (infrequent) access to a computer, at about the age of 10. Over the years, I have dabbled in quite a number of programming languages, but nowadays I do most of my development using Microsoft .NET.

On the internet, I mostly go by the nickname Thorarin. On occasion, I can be found on Stack Overflow, a great programming Q&A website. In the unlikely event that you haven't heard about it, check it out.

In everyday life, I work as a software engineer for the technology research department of a company in the health IT industry. Now that has been said: opinions expressed here should be considered strictly my own.




Marcel Veldhuizen

Software Architect by profession, mostly focused on Microsoft .NET technology.

Metal enthusiast; I love going to concerts :)



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