I'm gearing up for my week-long excursion to New London, Connecticut in late May for some Windows Communication Foundation training at Carl Franklin's house. This is going to be awesome. Brian Noyse is teaching it. Here's a nifty fact from Brian's profile:
Brian got started with programming to stimulate his brain while flying F-14 Tomcats in the Navy, graduating from Top Gun and U.S. Naval Test Pilot School.
In preparation for the class, I selected WCF Step by Step by John Sharp from MS Press. This is a solid book that nicely augments the podcast with MLB that I've easily listened to over twenty times. Its so cool to pick up new things every time I listen to it on my Treo.
I've been listening to Carl and Richard's podcasts for a while now - literally years I suppose. I heard that Carl is moving his public ILT training over to Mark Dunn's place in Atlanta to make space for more podcast studios. So this sounded like one of the last opportunities to catch a flight to the east coast, albeit the nearby Radisson, for good reason.
Now that its early May and MLB's book is out, I suspect I'll head over to Powell's someday soon pick up a copy of Learning WCF: A Hands On Guide. I have a layover in Chicago and only so much battery life. Have you ever tried to find an outlet at O'Hare to recharge? WTF!?!?!?!