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29 Jul 2008   Updated: 29 Jul 2008   Rating: 3.00/5    Votes: 8   Popularity: 2.71
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A common base class for LINQ to SQL with which you can implement code to access database easily.
4 Jun 2009   Updated: 4 Jun 2009   Rating: 3.82/5    Votes: 15   Popularity: 4.49
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WCF provides support for Stream object. It typically recommends the developer to handle the message whose size is too large as Stream object for the sake of high performance. However, there are some constraints on Stream operation that need to be noted.
C# 5.0
10 Jun 2009   Updated: 18 Sep 2014   Rating: 4.90/5    Votes: 17   Popularity: 5.76
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WCF provides a flexible and extensible architecture for the developer. The most common situation is to customize the extension of behavior. It is not complex, but some issues should be noticed. This article discusses how to extend the behavior in WCF.

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China China
I am software architect as liberal professions. I am Microsoft MVP focused on the Connected System such as WCF(Windows Communication Foundation), .NET Remoting and Web Service. I expert in C# programming, ASP.NET programming and the design of Software Architecture. I am familiar with .NET framework, Design Patterns, AOP(Aspect-Oriented Programming) and Agile Methodologies etc. At the same time, I act as Agile Coatch with Scrum in many corporation.
My blog is http://brucezhang.wordpress.com.