Just back from vacation 😦 and as a way of easing back into things, I have been tinkering with my WCF project that’s been sitting while the paying work has gotten done. It’s the one that wraps PostGIS coordinate conversion as a web service written using WCF. My copy of “Professional WCF Programming” arrived while I was gone so I had some incentive. The purpose of this project is more to get me comfortable with WCF than anything to do with coordinate conversion.

Anyway, I have a simple WinForms client to test my service calls but I’ve noticed I need to clean and rebuild the project a lot. Suddenly, I had a flashback:

How do I get rid of all these pseudocodes?

I’m using build and clean again! If only there had been an AML editor as nice as this one…

Oh well, back to work.

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