Introducing the WF4 Designer

// standard disclaimer applies, this is based on the released Beta 1 bits, things are subject to change, if you are reading this in 2012, things may be, look, smell, work differently.  That said, if it’s 2012 and you’re reading this, drop me a line and let me know how you found this!   As…

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10-4 Good Buddy, First Look at WF 4

Our WF evangelist, Ron Jacobs, just posted a 10-4 screencast that walks through WF4 as it’s looking in VS 2010.  This is a good first look at our bits since PDC (we’ve changed things a little bit).  I really like that he takes it from a unit testing perspective.  There are certainly things that have…

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WF 4.0 -- Designer Type Visibility

One of the exercises I’m going through now is scrubbing our API and taking a hard look at types marked as public and trying to decide "does it really need to be public."  While on first blush, you can What I’d love to get from folks are answers to the following questions: Were there designer…

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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…

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Activities Survey

So, we’re getting close to .NET 3.5 getting out the door, and as always we’re thinking about what comes next.  The activities team is looking how to make activities better going forward, and they are very interested in what you have to say, how you have been using them and how you’d like to use…

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