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Espen Harlinn17-Apr-12 13:01
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killabyte wrote:
But if you where using WCF you could have just created a tcp endpoint and sent binary data just like that! BAM WCF magic wins!

Which, for the project I mentioned, I implemented and demonstrated. Somebody has still not forgiven me for that. I won the argument about serialization, and lost my argument about replacing RabbitMQ with WCF Roll eyes | :rolleyes:

Which brings me back to my question about how to argument, in this case, against the use of XML. To me, it seems that while most can agree that using the right tool for the job is the right thing to do, this is only in theory.

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