Learn how to use Windows Workflow through a set of pragmatic examples. We start with sequential workflows, defining business logic and flow control, and using custom activities to do the work. We then look at creating custom activities, and several techniques for programming workflows. Next we cover runtime and workflow services, and we finish with a look at Windows Workflow 4.
Matt is an independent consultant specializing in Microsoft .NET application design and development. As a writer Matt has contributed to several journals and magazines including MSDN Magazine where he currently authors the workflow content for the Foundations column. Matt regularly shares his love of technology by speaking at local, regional and international conferences such as Tech Ed. Microsoft has recognized Matt as an MVP for his community contributions around connected systems technology.