The Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) runtime supports all CLS compliant programming languages. The Visual Studio 2005 extensions for WF are only provided for C# and Visual Basic .NET. It's easy to find C# samples to get started. Here's some pointers to samples for getting started with Windows Workflow Foundation in Visual Basic .NET.
Hands on Labs in VB.NET - Ken Lin has kindly translated these introductory WF HOLs to VB.NET
SDK Samples in VB.NET - All of the Windows SDK samples for WF are in both C# and VB.NET. These SDK Samples are also available for download here.
PS: All the WF RTM downloads you need are linked here.
The Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) runtime supports all CLS compliant programming languages. The Visual
Paul has a nice list of the WF samples available for VB developers here .
Will the book be updated now that Net 3.0 is released? Oh, and thanks for providing a resource that includes VB.Net code.
The good news is, as Paul points out over here , that the SDK samples (download here ) are both in C#
If you are interesting in Windows Workflow Foundation(WF), you should found only C# hands-On Lab. A good