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Over the years, this blog has been about many different things related to software development with Microsoft technologies. Since my current role focuses on Dynamics CRM / XRM, that's what it's primarily about right now.

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  • Blog Post: Help make Microsoft developer technologies better!

    Ron Jacobs just blogged about how .NET developers can provide feature feedback and vote on WCF/WF features. Many Microsoft product teams are doing this nowadays. It still surprises me how many .NET developers don't...
  • Blog Post: SCREENCAST: Hosting a Workflow in a Local Executable using Workflow Services Part I

    When the Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) was first introduced in the .NET Framework 3.0, the only way to host a workflow in a client application was to use the WorkflowRuntime class programmatically, start the runtime, and create/start an instance of a workflow.  Furthermore, if you wanted to communicate...
  • Blog Post: DC Launch Follow Up

    Thanks to everyone who stuck around for my "Defy Occasionally-Connected Challenges With Smart Client Applications" session at the DC Launch.  The deck and demo files are available here: Deck Workflow Services Demo Sync Services for ADO.NET Demo Server Database The demos require Visual...
  • Blog Post: WEBCAST FOLLOW UP: Building Workflow Services (WF+WCF) with Visual Studio 2008

    Thanks to everyone who attended. Sorry for the technical difficulties with Live Meeting as well as accidentally doing one of my demos out of order. Hopefully it wasn't too confusing. The deck is here . The demos I used are split into a few downloads. The ones built from scratch are here. The SimpleExpenseReport...
  • Blog Post: WEBCAST: Building Workflow Services (WF+WCF) with Visual Studio 2008

    The Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) are two very relevant technologies within .NET 3.x for Public Sector applications. WCF represents a total unification layer for building connected systems and WF provides a powerful foundation for process reengineering. Combine...
  • Blog Post: WEBCAST FOLLOW UP: What's New in the WCF and WF in Visual Studio 2008 & the .NET Framework 3.5 (JAN08)

    Thanks to everyone who attended. The deck is here and the code is here . Technorati Tags: visual studio , .net framework , windows communication foundation , wcf , windows workflow foundation , wf
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