What's compelling about Windows Workflow Foundation in the .NET Framework 3.5 is that it provides true integration with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). This integration means that workflows can now more easily consume and coordinate services and be exposed through service endpoints.

In the Launch issue of MSDN Magazine, Matt Milner explains what you need to integrate WCF and workflows, how to model communications with send and receive activities, and how you can host and manage workflows as services.

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