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In this geekSpeak, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Keith Elder shares tips and techniques from his experience deploying Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) services with Internet Information Services 7 (IIS7) in the enterprise. We look at setting
up IIS7, configuring IIS 7 with multiple host headers, and how to make IIS7 work with WCF. This geekSpeak is hosted by Glen Gordon and Lynn Langit.
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Keith Elder, Senior Software Engineer, Quicken Loans
Keith Elder is the host of the popular online technology podcast Deep Fried Bytes. He is also a team leader and senior software engineer for Quicken Loans, the nation's largest online mortgage lender based in Livonia, Michigan, and he is the founder of the Hattiesburg, Mississippi, .NET User Group called Hub City NUG. Keith is an experienced technologist, systems administrator, software engineer, speaker, trainer, and all around geek. He has logged thousands of hours of teaching and has trained countless developers from various business sectors, ranging from top auto manufactures to Fortune 500 companies to universities. As a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and International .NET Association (INETA) speaker, he speaks throughout the United States at major technical conferences, Code Camps, and .NET user groups. Keith's ability to explain complex topics with a friendly, common sense, southern attitude makes him a highly regarded speaker at technical conferences. You can read more about Keith's interests, hobbies, rants, and raves on his blog at http://keithelder.net/blog/.
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