Workflows are everywhere! Almost all projects have workflows of some kind: for defining business logic components, controlling the flow of UI pages or basically any other kind of logic.
Because they are such a common requirement, Microsoft has created a framework for workflows - the Windows Workflow Foundation 4 (WF 4).
In this session you will learn about the functionality of WF 4, learning how to create a workflow by combining the smallest building blocks - "activities"; and how to host the workflow in any .NET application, like a WPF smart client, as a WCF service or for use with a new Visual Studio LightSwitch client? We will answer these questions on WF4 and give you a good overview of the framework during this session.