Things got signed off last week, and early yesterday (depending on the timezone), the RTM build was published on MSDN. James put the details up on the community site, and there's been a ton of people headed to check it out (look at all the trackbacks on James' post). Thank you to all of the bloggers who have picked up the story and are passing it along.
So, now what? Well, there's still plenty of work for me to do, including looking forward to vNext (the great part of evangelism!) In the short term, I'll be presenting today on Reliabilty, Scalability and Maintainability of workflows hosted in IIS here in Barcelona. I won't be talking about the IIS scenario nearly as much as the other three parts, as well as discussing some performance information. After the talk, a number of us are headed to a soccer game, which I'm looking forward to. Tomorrow, Paul Andrew and I are conducting a drop-in clininc for WF, so, if you got questions, stop on by.
So, what's next for you? Get the bits, get some training, and start writing workflows!
[updated] realized I had a problem spelling "hear" in the title :-)
I arrived into SEA yesterday around 3, so I'm feeling a little bit of the 'lag from my week in Barcelona. A few things to point out:
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