A team of four Microsoft "evangelists" have written this manual for Windows Communication Foundation
3.5, a software infrastructure that allows autonomous programs to communicate with each other.
They cover its syntax and how to use it with in-memory objects, relational data, and XML, and advanced uses such as expression trees, and applications in different scenarios such as ASP.NET and Windows Communication Foundation
. The book focuses on the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.
For intermediate to advanced system designers and developers, this guide introduces Microsoft's Windows Communication Foundation
for building service-oriented applications.