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Keith Elder to speak at Lower Alabama .Net Users Group

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Keith Elder will be presenting Windows Workflow for the May 27th meeting of the Lower Alabama .Net Users Group meeting.

Time: 6:00 PM
Sponsor: ITT Tech
Location:
ITT Tech
Office Mall South
3100 Cottage Hill Road
Building 3
Mobile, AL 36606

Information from: http://keithelder.net/Presentations/default.aspx
Current PowerPoint presentation (might be updated before meeting): http://keithelder.net/Presentations/IntroToWorkflow/IntroToWorkflowFoundation.ppt

Introduction to Windows Workflow
Foundation Scenario: Your boss gives you a task with fairly complicated business rules one day at work. You spend weeks coding it and as soon as you get done he/she informs you the business rules have changed. Your first thought is to lash out at your boss because this is a major change. Instead you politely smile and say thank you, “I’ll get right on it”. Little does your boss know you’ve used Workflow Foundation to map out all the business logic and rules. You quickly make the change declaratively within Workflow Foundation and all of a sudden you are a hero.

Workflow Foundation enables developers to quickly and easily map out complex business tasks that turn their code into declarative models. In this session we’ll explore the ins and outs of Workflow Foundation from the ground up so you’ll have a good sense of where to get started when you head back to the office.

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Written by altechevents

May 17, 2008 at 1:24 am

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