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  • Blog Post: PDC10–WF4 Session “Windows Workflow Futures”

    Last year we at PDC10 we gave you a preview of the next release of Windows Workflow Foundation.  The video has just been posted to Channel 9. Windows Workflow Futures Speaker: Ron Jacobs Learn about the key investments we’re making in Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). See the WF improvements we...
  • Blog Post: The WCF services ecosystem

    At PDC, Microsoft announced the rebranding of ADO.NET Data Services as WCF Data Services and of .NET RIA Services as WCF RIA Services . This is not just a product marketing decision – it is also a technical commitment to provide a coherent and unified services story on .NET. The current implementations...
  • Blog Post: New Web Services features in Silverlight 4 Beta

    Cross-posted from the Silverlight Web Services Team Blog . This morning at PDC ’09 ScottGu just announced the availability of Silverlight 4 Beta. Later on today I am going on to present the latest improvements around networking and web services and I’ll link to the full talk as soon as it is available...
  • Blog Post: PDC 2009: Developing REST Applications with the .NET Framework

    Attending Microsoft PDC 2009 ? Then come hear Henrik Frystyk Nielsen 's presentation on Developing REST Applications with the .NET Framework . The talk gives an overview of REST principles and why REST is becoming popular beyond traditional Web applications. Learn how to write applications that produce...
  • Blog Post: New Beta 2 docs to help with code migration (from .NET 3.x and .NET 4 Beta 1)

    Fresh on the heels of the beta 2 release of .NET 4/Visual Studio 2010 , the team has been working on supplemental documentation to help you out with evaluation and adoption of WCF and WF in .NET 4. Last week, two sets of documentation went live: WF4 Migration Guidance : The WF team updated the documents...
  • Blog Post: Going to PDC? Want to meet the team?

    3 weeks to go until PDC09 ; sessions are being reviewed, demos are being polished, schedules are being finalized, and the booth machines are being installed and packed up to go down to Los Angeles. Among the WCF, WF, and ‘Dublin’ group, we have about 15 people who will be down at PDC to chat with you...
  • Blog Post: All WCF, WF, and ‘Dublin’ sessions live on PDC site; 5 Weeks to Go!

    We’re five weeks out from PDC09 , and the rest of our sessions went live last week. I know I posted a couple weeks ago about PDC and sessions that went live, but I wanted to let folks know about the four new sessions – to help you maximize your experience around the Connected Framework technologies!...
  • Blog Post: The team is getting ready for PDC; are you?

    The 2009 Professional Developers Conference (PDC) is less than a couple months away, and the team is starting to create content and demos for the event. The team has been working with PDC event management over the last couple months to secure sessions and space at the event; and I wanted to share with...
  • Blog Post: WCF and WF at the PDC 2008

    I know a lot of you are excited about attending PDC2008 from the 27th through the 30th of October . There are some very interesting sessions at the PDC this year, I wanted to draw your attention to some of the sessions by members of my team. WCF 4.0: Building WCF Services with WF in Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: PDC2008 Sessions Posted

    A bunch of sessions were posted up to the PDC2008 session list very early this morning. While I understand this isn't breaking news, it is quite exciting nonetheless. Posted CSD sessions that I find of particular interest include: Workflow Services: Orchestrating Services and Business Processes Extending...
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