P2P Programming with WCF and .NET v3.5

My article on P2P programming with WCF and .NET v3.5 was finally published on MSDN. This was written a few months ago and has been going through the internal process at MS to get published- finally it is up there – better late than never I guess. Big Smile

I discuss the new features for P2P programming in WCF and .NET 3.5 and how things have moved up the stack in being a first class managed citizen now as opposed to you. Although the code was build and run on Vista you can run most of it on XP; however some elements such as PNM, Contacts and Collaboration are Vista specific.

Interestingly, you cannot download the source code for the samples and the small app that I had written – you can see the screen shots and the code snipped. If you need the complete solution let me know.

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Amit Bahree

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6 thoughts on “P2P Programming with WCF and .NET v3.5”

      1. Hello,

        Would you still happen to have the QuickReturnSecureTraderChat sample application? The link that was previously provided no longer works.

        Thank you for your time,
        Ian

          1. Amit Bahree,

            Yes, please! I realize that it is old, but the P2P features fascinate me. I wish Microsoft had done more for it, particularly People Near Me.

            Thank you for responding, and thank you for your time,
            Ian

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