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  • Blog Post: WF 3.5 Persistence and Tracking: Two databases or one?

    This refers to the previous version of Workflow, but it came up in a recent discussion, so I thought I'd share the relevant points. When developing a Workflow solution that uses persistence and tracking, you may wonder if you should run the scripts for both schemas on the same database, or create...
  • Blog Post: Providing WCF and WF Feedback to Microsoft

    Perhaps known to a smaller portion of general community of WCF developers and WF developers, there is a Connection for WCF and Connection for WF that enable you, our customers, to submit bugs and feature suggestions. As the focusing for Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 turns to polish and final...
  • Blog Post: WCF Interoperability Highlighted at PDC and ApacheCon

    At PDC this week we had a booth to showcase the interoperability that WCF gives you through its support for the WS-* protocols.  In particular, we highlighted an Apache incubator project called  Stonehenge.  At Stonehenge we work together with a growing list of WS-* vendors (WSO2, Sun...
  • Blog Post: 3.5 SP1 RTM WCF Source Code Available

    Late in the summer we have released WCF sources publically in the reference source . You can now browse and debug WCF source code through Visual Studio. We are working to get the WF in reference source later this year. I will provide an update when WF is also available. Please note that this is version...
  • Blog Post: Litware Training sample Mashup app

    We've all heard of a " mashup " because its one of those buzz words, like " Web 2.0 ", that is picked up and repeated over and over again by the journalists and analysts.  But have you actually seen one up close in the wild?  Or do you have suspicions that its an elusive...
  • Blog Post: WF 3.5 Hands On Labs Updated

    The ten Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) hands-on labs were updated today on Microsoft download center for your coding enjoyment! These ten labs were initially posted when WF was new to the world and .NET 3.0 was hot off the presses. This past winter, the product management team worked with David Starr...
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