Must See WF/WCF Influencer MSDN Webcasts


We are launching a series of MSDN webcasts to explore the possibilities of Microsoft .NET 3.5 Framework through demonstrations and deep dives on Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow Foundation (WF).   


Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is Microsoft’s unified programming model for building and connecting service-oriented applications. Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) is the programming model, engine, and tooling for quickly building workflow-enabled and long-running applications. Together, or separate, WCF and WF provide a platform to help developers build powerful, flexible and extensible applications that employ the latest service-oriented and workflow capabilities.


In these series, you will learn from the industry experts on how to build WF/WCF applications


You can find links to our June MSDN Webcasts here:  http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/msdnnetframework35.aspx?tab=webcasts&id=liveall


 





























Webcast Title


Date/ Time


Presenter


Beyond the Endpoints with Windows Communication Foundation


6/18/2008 10:00 AM PST


Juval Lowy


geekSpeak: Workflow Services in .NET 3.5 with Jon Flanders


6/18/2008 12:00 PM PST


Jon Flanders


Calling Services from Silverlight 2.0


6/23/2008 09:00 AM PST


Jon Flanders


Windows Communication Foundation and Windows Workflow Foundation Integration in Depth


6/25/2008 10:00 AM PST


Jesus Rodriguez


Windows Workflow Communication in Depth


6/26/2008 09:00 AM PST


Matt Milner


 


We’ll update the site in the next weeks with more information on our upcoming influencer webcasts for the month of July.


 



Regards,


Marjan Kalantar

Comments (3)

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  3. Enjoying cup of Starbucks and Deep Purple Live in Stockholm 1970 (via Zune marketplace). WCF/WF My good friend Marjan has worked hard with us Influencers (I wish I wasn’t so busy) to come up with a stellar bunch of Webcasts! Must see! One of the