I've had a couple of emails recently from ASP.NET developers asking about how to get a jump start on learning Windows Workflow Foundation.
So, I dug up this list of links to a seven part Webcast Series on the subject.
Have fun !
Intro to Windows Workflow Foundation (Part 1 of 7): Workflow in Windows Applications (Level 100)
Intro to Windows Workflow Foundation (Part 2 of 7): Simple Human Workflow Using E-mail (Level 200)
Intro to Windows Workflow Foundation (Part 3 of 7): Hosting and Communications Options in Workflow Scenarios (Level 300)
Intro to Windows Workflow Foundation (Part 4 of 7): Workflow, Messaging, and Services: Developing Distributed Applications with Workflows (Level 300)
Intro to Windows Workflow Foundation (Part 5 of 7): Developing Event Driven State Machine Workflows (Level 300)
Intro to Windows Workflow Foundation (Part 6 of 7): Extending Workflow Capabilities with Custom Activities (Level 300)
Intro to Windows Workflow Foundation (Part 7 of 7): Developing Rules Driven Workflows (Level 300)
Anybody else annoyed that it takes 10 clicks, a username and password, a name and company, and a display name to get to the recording, only to find out it doesn't work in FireFox. Usability, people!
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i miss the good old days when you didn't need to register to learn something new. tutorials were freely available....
i believe those where the php days. hmmm
Where does Windows Workflow Foundation fit in with Microsoft's new fangled ASP.Net MVC Framework ?
the only drawback to the php days was php ;)
(and of course the much worse classic asp)
fyi: i did like php a lot before .net blew it away. must say I've never looked back with fondness. i still have to deal with it sometimes and it blows in comparison.
still...i do like free tutorials without registering.
full acknowledge @ peter...
These are some of the WF articles, tutorials and samples that I collected over a period of time. Hope
I agree with you daniel.
Above links are not working :(, Please update.
I can't access them either...
correction: they work, but you have to install an activeX control and click through a forest of confirmations. After that mess, all works fine.
The webcasts are old.
good stuff. thanks
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Those presentations are a waste of time: big part of each of them is talking about what a workflow is and covering (repeatitive in each) the same workflow concepts.
agreed, they don't work.
Hey, that post leaves me feielng foolish. Kudos to you!
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