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  • Blog Post: Which WF/WCF Talks Should You Attend at PDC?

    Just got the email the other day that PDC is less than 4 weeks away, and it got me thinking a bit about how I would think about these sessions as an attendee.  Searching on the PDC site will yield 8 talks tagged with WF.   Here's how I break some of these these down, the first few are...
  • Blog Post: More Details On WF/WCF in .NET 4.0

    Steve Martin , a director of product management for CSD, has a blog post containing more information on the work that we are doing for the next versions of WF and WCF that we will release as a CTP at PDC.  He also introduces "Dublin," the name for our efforts around creating a manageable...
  • Blog Post: Usability Testing the WF Designer vNext (or, Yelling at Customers)

    One of the things that my team is working on is the next version of the workflow designer.  In order to help us get real feedback, we engaged with our usability teams to design and execute a usability study.  For details on what the test looks like (when we did them 3 years ago for the first...
  • Blog Post: We're Hiring

    My team is looking for people interested in building the next generation of the WF designer.  We've posted an opening here , please let me know if you're interested.  I can't really say too much about what we're building, but it's a great team that's committed to creating a great experience...
  • Blog Post: mwinkle.SetState("newRole")

    I'm moving on from my role as the technical evangelist for WF, but not too far.  I've joined the product team, working as a program manager (PM) for the Connected Tools team.  The job of the connected tools team is to provide all of the tools for the technologies inside the Oslo effort, including...
  • Blog Post: SOA&BP Conference Announcements, "Oslo"

    This morning at the SOA&BP Conference, we talked about Oslo for the first time.  For me, this is a big day, as it marks the point where the rest of the world knows what a lot of people have been and will continue to be working on.  Robert Wahbe , the VP of Connected Systems, mentioned in...
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