Jim Downey is a full-stack web developer for Dell's professional services team. He builds web-based business applications for enterprise clients and blogs about various technical topics at jimdowney.net.
WF4 is a major upgrade to the Workflow Foundation found in .Net 3.0 and 3.5. Microsoft has re-architected the programming model, runtime, and designer tools. There is greater support for XAML, tighter integration with WCF, and some cool new out-of-the-box activities. In this session, we'll review the changes and run through a few demos using Visual Studio 2010.