Programs coordinate work. The code for coordination and state management often obscures a program's purpose. Learn how programming with Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) 4.0 provides clarity of intent while preserving the functional richness of the .NET framework. See how easy it is to build workflows with the new Visual Studio workflow designer. Learn about text-based authoring options for WF. Hear how WF integrates well with other Microsoft technologies (WCF, WPF, ASP.NET). If you've looked at WF before, come and see the changes to data flow, composition, and new control flow styles. Significant improvements to usability, composability, and performance make Workflow a great fit for a broad range of solutions on both the client and the server.
Kenny WolfKenny Wolf is an Architect at Microsoft responsible for WF and WCF. Previously, Kenny was the Technical Lead for WCF Transports and Channels. Kenny has been with Microsoft since 1997. After shipping 3 versions of Office for the Macintosh, Kenny joined a platform incubation called "Indigo" (now WCF). Kenny holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Computer Science from Yale University.
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