14. May 2010 07:53
In addition to now having WF 4 offered as a private on-site course, we have several upcoming public offerings of our Double Feature course which has been updated to .NET 4. I’m excited to be teaching the course at the end of July in Boston and to cover the new features in WCF including configuration enhancements and REST improvements. The bigger change, of course, is the entirely new WF 4 programming model. In these open enrollment classes, we will be covering the new programming model, activity development and the runtime services such as persistence and tracking. We’ll also cover the convergence of these two technologies in Workflow Service and the new message correlation capabilities introduced in .NET 4.
So, if you are interested in an intense week of training in the Boston (July 26) or SoCal (Oct 11) area on these two great frameworks, register or save a seat before the classes fill up!