MSDN Webcast: Windows Workflow Foundation: Building Workflow-Enabled Services with Windows Communication Foundation (Level 300)
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Simulcast from Microsoft Tech·Ed 2006 in Boston, MA.
Services and workflows can be used together to build composite applications. For example, a workflow can model the behavior of a composite application by calling out to other services. The behavior of a service, in turn, can also be modeled using a workflow.
In this webcast, see how services and workflows fit together naturally in many scenarios. Also, learn how to build workflow-enabled services using the Windows Communication Foundation.
Presenter: Dennis Pilarinos, Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation
Dennis Pilarinos is a program manager who is responsible for the developer tools and parts of the programming model for Windows Workflow Foundation. Dennis earned a bachelor of science (BS) degree in computer science from Simon Fraser University in Canada.
He has been involved in workflow technologies at Microsoft for three years.
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