geekSpeak Recording - Windows Workflow Services and the .NET Framework 4

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In this episode of geekSpeak, workflow guru Zoiner Tejada explains how using Windows Workflow Services with the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 can make your life as a services developer easier. We also discuss the model-driven approach to service design and implementation. Join us to learn how to build service-oriented architecture (SOA) style services whose contracts are both defined and implemented with workflow activities and how to host, manage, and execute the services. We explore the fundamentals of Workflow Services and taking advantage of the new Windows Application Server Extensions (code name "Dublin"). This geekSpeak is hosted by Glen Gordon and Lynn Langit.

The geekSpeak webcast series brings you industry experts in a "talk-radio" format hosted by developer evangelists from Microsoft. These experts share their knowledge and experience about a particular developer technology and are ready to answer your questions in real time during the webcast. To ask a question in advance of the live webcast, or for post-show resources, be sure to visit the geekSpeak blog.


Guest Presenter:
Zoiner Tejada, Chief Software Architect, Hershey Technologies

Zoiner Tejada is passionate about workflow and the future of implementing connected systems with workflows. As the chief software architect at Hershey Technologies, Zoiner is responsible for their XenDocs Content Management and Workflow product based on Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) 3.5 and the forthcoming version built on the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.

He is recognized as a Microsoft Industry Influencer and is an advisor to the Microsoft Connected Systems Division. He has authored various WF- related whitepapers and articles for Microsoft Software Developers Network (MSDN), has been interviewed by Channel 9 on WF 4, and is actively involved in the .NET community: running the Architecture SIG for the San Diego .NET User Group, speaking at various .NET events and conferences, and teaching at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Extension. Zoiner graduated from Stanford University with a degree in computer science. You can visit his WF-focused blog at http://www.theworkflowelement.com/ or contact him directly via e-mail at ztejada@hersheytech.com.

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