June User Group Meeting on Workflow Foundation v4
June 3, 2010 Leave a comment
We are pleased to announce the June user group meeting on Workflow Foundation 4. This is one of our first series on .NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010, we have invited M. Ali Sakhi to deliver a session on Workflow Foundation v4.
Windows Workflow Foundation provides a programming model, in-process workflow engine and rehostable designer to implement long-running processes as workflows within .NET applications
Date, Time and Location:
Tuesday, 8th June 2010, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Microsoft Innovation Center, Karachi – Pakistan.
Following are the tentative event details:
- Introduction to Windows Workflow Foundation 4.0
- Building your first Workflow
- Data-flow in workflows
- Hosting windows workflow
- Using the Flowchart activity in WF 4
- Different Workflow usage and scenarios
- Introduction to Advanced workflow concepts
- Introducing Workflow Services and other related technologies
Registration, Fees and Audience:
To participate in the event, all you have to do is to register yourself HERE. The event is free and seats are limited, so hurry up. The targeted audience of the event are industry professionals, professional partners and student partners with some experience of C# and .NET framework. Please note that you should only register if you really intend to participate otherwise we may not entertain you next time.
Muhammad Ali Sakhi is Microsoft Certified Trainer on .NET, SQL Server and SharePoint technologies. He is associated with the IT industry for 4 years and has worked on various projects including project management system, recruitment portals, human resource management and enterprise resource planning. He is currently working in New Horizon as Product Manager for Microsoft IW Solutions. He is also a Certified Secure Application Developer.
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