Juval Löwy is a software architect and the principal of IDesign, a company specializing in .NET architecture consulting and advanced .NET training. Juval is Microsoft's Regional Director for the Silicon
Valley, working with Microsoft on helping the industry adopt .NET.
Juval participates in the Microsoft internal design reviews for future
versions of .NET and related technologies. Juval published numerous
articles, regarding almost every aspect of .NET development, and is a
frequent presenter at development conferences. Microsoft recognized
Juval as a Software Legend as one of the world's top .NET experts and
industry leaders. Contact him at www.idesign.net
Webcast: The Zen of Software Architecture February 03, 2015
In this dense webcast Juval Lowy will explain his approach to large system analysis and design, using volatility to decompose a system into its comprising services.
"I have read WCF concepts from other books and from MSDN before, but they all seemed more like documentation rather than well knit set of concepts. This book nicely dwells into the philosophy of Service Oriented Applications, from the standpoint of WCF...The chapters I think really made fall in love with this book are chapter 7 and chapter 8, Transactions and Concurrency management. I was never really able to get well beyond basic understanding of WCF and grasp these complex concepts from other sources the way this book helped me grasp them. "
--Naveen Razdhan, San Gabriel Valley .NET Users Group
"If you are working with WCF then this is an essential book but you might want to look else where for a beginner's book."
--Mike James, Visual Systems Journal, February 2009
"Juval Lowy (once again!) has written an extraordinary book. Seemingly he has an absolute and complete knowledge on the subject. What strikes me even more, is how careful and lovingly Juval leads the reader through the forest of technical details to the deep and solid understanding of both underlying technology and practical implementation of WCF.
If after hours of reading you suddenly feel lost, all you have to do is go back half a page and you are on track again.
I just wish I had such a wonderful teacher every time I have to learn something new."
--Boris Pesetskiy, Amazon.com