We just published a WF performance whitepaper. Get it here. Thanks to Marc Mezquita, Paul Andrew, Paul Maybee, Don McCrady, Bernard Pham, Don Spencer, Joel West, and David Wrede for releasing such a great paper.
Microsoft is going to Egypt this December to recruit. If you’re interested, send your resume/CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. More information on the openings and qualifications in the attached document. Also, Microsoft is scheduled to travel internationally to other places to recruit this year, check Priya’s post here. Microsoft in Egypt.doc
Microsoft .Net Framework 3.0 is now officially live. Click here for download links for various related components; the runtime components, Visual Studio Extensions, and the Windows SDK. The .Net Framework 3.0 contains Windows Workflow Foundation, Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Presentation Foundation, and Windows CardSpace.
Its Election Day and I am in the capitol. I’ve never been in DC on Election Day before and I thought it’d be different but it looks like any other day. I went out with some friends last night and they told me the businesses in the area, and subsequently the people, change along with…
I am writing from the Business Rules Forums in Washington DC. I attended a couple of sessions yesterday and have a couple lined up for today and the next couple of days. We met folks from various organizations and consultancy firms like ILOG, RuleBurst, LibRT, Boca, InScope and others. It is great to see how…
Microsoft Learning just released .Net Framework 3.0 courses. Check them out here, you find a course for each of the .Net Framework 3.0 technologies; Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). The courses will available at no charge until the launch of Windows Vista, so get them now 🙂
Don McCrady talks about Rete and WF Rules here.
I’m going to see Roger Waters at Key Arena, Seattle on October 12th on his last stop of his 2006 Dark Side of The Moon tour in the US . It’s my birthday and I’m going to see one of my favorite musicians and one of the best musicians this world has even seen!
Oh yeah, this is one of the reasons I am proud to be working for Microsoft. Microsoft and its employee gave more then $2.5 Billion to charitable donations. For more information click here.
Some people have asked me recently about tracking profiles and how to author them so I thought to post what I told them here. Tracking Profiles Tracking Profiles are the mechanism by which the Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) Tracking Services communicate to the WF Tracking runtime what events/data the service(s) is interested in. You…