4 day Applied Windows Workflow Foundation training course – February 2008

OK, in a week’s time from now we’ll all be putting on the shorts and heading for the beach for a few weeks of beer and beach cricket… but I want you to look a little further beyond that for now if I may.  In February we are lucky enough to have Jon Flanders from Pluralsight heading over to Australia to teach our 4 day Applied Windows Workflow Foundation training course.

In my travels, it seems that people are really only just beginning to truly architect WF into their applications and are also starting to see some of the benefits that using workflow patterns is having on code maintainability.

SharePoint is another biggie.  If your company has made the investment to get MOSS installed then to maximise your investment, you really need to look at where you can leverage WF to automate business process that little bit further.

So get your 2008 year professional development off to a flying start!

Go read the page on what’s being offered, book online… See you there!

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~ by D on December 14, 2007.

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