I'll be teaching at OIT (in Portland/Beaverton, not K-Falls) again Fall term. This time it's "Practical Web Services". If you're interested, sign up through OIT. The course number is 15048. Description follows:
Practical Web Services
Web Services sound like a great idea, but how do you actually go about using them? How do you go about actually writing your own Web Service to expose your data or functionality?
This class will cover all the details involved in using and building your own Web Services using the Microsoft .NET platform. The first half of the class will cover the building of a client application to consume a Web Service from the Internet. The second half will focus on building an equivalent Web Service using ASP.NET.
Students will leave this class with a firm understanding of how to use Web Services built by other people, and how to implement their own Web Services using the .NET platform.
Students should either have taken the previous "Web Services Theory" class, or have instructor approval. All work will be done in C#, so a firm understanding of C# is required.
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