Today at the PDC, I attended two sessions on WF 4.0 – “Spice Up Your Applications with Windows Workflow Foundation 4” and “Windows Workflow Foundation 4 from the Inside Out”.
I didn’t blog live about these sessions as their main punch was delivered via code examples and usage of WF designer which in my opinion are hard to capture with words. If you are new to WF than I recommend watching the videos once they get published as these sessions start from a very basic level without requiring prior knowledge of WF at all. On the other hand, if you’re an experienced WF developer like myself you might find these sessions too basic as they do not focus on the changes in this new version of WF, and you’re probably better off going ahead and reading the .NET Endpoint (the WCF and WF team blog).
Want to know more?
After the PDC I sure intend (as time permits) to post some blog posts demonstrating the usage of WF 4.0 and the main differences between WF 4.0 and WF 3.0, and if you really want to hear the latest in person you better join me and Sasha at the Sela Developer Practice in our session on “Building Workflow Services with WF 4.0 and WCF 4.0”.