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November PCSUG Meeting on WF 3.5 Next Thursday 11/13

Join the Phoenix Connected Systems User Group at the Phoenix Microsoft office for an introduction to Windows Workflow 3.5 on November 13th.

Rob Wisehart, technical team lead for internal systems at DriveTime will provide a foundational introduction to WF, Microsoft’s premier framework for building workflow-enabled applications and services. This session will focus covering workflow types, basic activities, custom activities and demonstrating how to workflow enable a WCF service and compose it with other WCF services hosted in different runtimes.

In addition, I will be providing a whitepaper on what you need to know and how to prepare for changes coming your way in WF 4.0.

We will also have a bunch of cool swag from PDC 2008, courtesy of the Connected Systems Division. WF + WCF 4.0 and Oslo T-shirts, laptop stickers, and other cool stuff will be available on a first-come first-serve basis. In addition, I will have a few books on "M" Oslo's new modeling language which is only available in limited release.

As always, details regarding location and logistics can be found at www.azgroups.org or www.pcsug.org.

See you there!

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