Glenn Block digs into workflow properties

Check Glenn’s post on implementing WF properties: http://blogs.msdn.com/gblock/archive/2006/12/14/attached-properties-and-the-workflow-designer.aspx

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ArcCast Windows Workflow Foundation Talk with Ron Jacobs

Matt Winkler and I recorded an ArcCast discussion with Ron Jacobs recently. Published on Skyscraprhttp://www.skyscrapr.net/blogs/arcasts/archive/2006/12/14/483.aspx Published on Channel 9https://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=266192 Shoot over to Matt’s blog where he tells the story of why we sound so well rehearsed on this recording. I had to go check on www.oed.com to learn the meaning of the word ‘extemporaneously’. OED says…

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New WF Book – K. Scott Allen

K. Scott Allen has written a book to publish this month, but not quite yet, on Windows Workflow Foundation. Can’t wait to see it.

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Learn about workflow in Windows SharePoint Services version 3

Windows SharePoint Services version 3 is a useful option for a host for building workflows on Windows Workflow Foundation. They implement a host and their own persistence service and tracking service which are aligned with the SharePoint data store. There’s a whitepaper available describing both Windows SharePoint Services and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server. My friend Ian Morrish…

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Windows Workflow Foundation and Visual Basic .NET

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…

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