Greetings from Barcelona

Greetings from Barcelona

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I (and my entire team except for our boss) am here in beautiful Barcelona for TechEd Developer.  This is definitely one of my favorite events, because of the location, the amenities, and most importantly, the people. 

I'm giving a number of talks throughout the week (see below), so if you're here, please drop on by.  If you don't make it to the talks, I've been known to frequent the bar on the first floor of the Hilton right next to the convention center :-)   There's also a great lineup of talks from other folks as well that I will probably be dropping into.  It will be a good week, and then on Thursday, following my last talk, I will be taking a bit of holiday until next Tuesday.

 

Session list:

SBP08-IS Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) Open Microphone Talk

Matt Winkler

  • “Should I let a business analyst compose workflows?”
  • “Why is this class sealed?”
  • “How can I extend the designer to fit my scenario?”
  • “How would I build and use a repository of business rules in non-WF applications?”
  • “I think that WF is great.”
  • “I think that WF i... more

Wed Nov 7 15:45 - 17:00 Room 130

SBP09-IS Windows Workflow Foundation Performance

Matt Winkler

A key to understanding performance of any system is an understanding of the tradeoffs one can make. In a more relaxed, casual environment come and join us for a conversation about performance. This chalk talk will be organized around a series of performance considerations for Windows Workflow Foundation and how those c... more

Thu Nov 8 17:30 - 18:45 Room 125 , Thu Nov 8 10:45 - 12:00 Room 128

SBP304 Implementing Workflow Enabled Services and Durable Services using .NET Framework 3.5

Matt Winkler , Justin Smith

Inside .NET Framework 3.5, there is new functionality allowing Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) services to be built and consumed from a Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) workflow. This session will introduce the feature, discussing motivation, scenarios, and reasons for using this feature, an architectural overvi... more

Tue Nov 6 17:00 - 18:15 Room 114

SBP313 What is the Context of this Conversation? Enabling Long Running Conversations in Workflow Services

Matt Winkler

The .NET Framework 3.5 will introduce the functionality to call services from Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), and to expose workflows as a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service. A common pattern is to have a workflow serve as the coordinator between a number of other processes (including workflows). This tal... more

Wed Nov 7 10:45 - 12:00 Room 114

Matt Winkler , David Aiken

Come with your questions for Matt and David about the Dinner Now demo. If there is something that you need to do in .NET Framework 3.5 but don’t know how, come and ask! more

Tue Nov 6 10:45 - 12:00 Room 130

WIN302 .NET Framework 3.5 End-to-End: Putting the Pieces Together - Part 1

Matt Winkler , David Aiken

Do you build .NET Applications? In this session, learn how to use the .NET Framework to build better end-to-end solutions using the DinnerNow.NET Sample application. From a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) client to a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service tier driven by Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), w... more

Mon Nov 5 17:45 - 19:00 Auditorium

 

WIN303 .NET Framework 3.5 End-to-End: Putting the Pieces Together - Part 2

Matt Winkler , David Aiken

Do you build .NET Applications? In this session, learn how to use the .NET Framework to build better end-to-end solutions using the DinnerNow.NET Sample application. From a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) client to a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service tier driven by Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), w... more

Tue Nov 6 09:00 - 10:15 Auditorium

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