Speaking on .NET 4.5 and beyond For the Integration Developer (Part 1) at MIA in Atlanta on April 19th.


Overview, where do I think we are headed. Based on VS 2011 and Appfabric etc. This is an overview of the net libraries that are available to work with as an integration developer in 4.5. Also a hypothesis on where we are headed and what skills we need to start understanding now for the mixed intergration of the future.

(Part 2 will be on Azure, Service Bus and how you can use these frameworks to help you develop on-premise to cloud applications, whether simple websites to EDI VAN’s these libraries will add to your toolbelt). – TBD Last half of 2012


Ability to create state machine workflows.

New Designer Features.

Storing ViewState to XAML

No persistance

C# – My Favorite!


New Feature List (smaller features rapid fire and explanations)

Contract-First Development

WCF Simplification Features

New Transport Default Values

ChannelFactory Caching


Non-blocking Async

Mark Rowe is a husband and father of 2, Senior Consultant with Magenic Technologies, and a Virtual Technical Specialist with Microsoft. Mark also held the position of director of membership, in charge of relations with over 440 user group across the US and Canada for INETA for the 2011-2012 board year. Furthermore he co-founded and sits on the board for the local Atlanta Microsoft Integration Architects Users group. Mark holds the .net 4 MCPD in Azure, Windows and Web. Mark has spoken at many of the local user groups on topics, such as Azure, Workflow, WCF, SharePoint, OData, EF, and more.

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