I have just released Legion for Silverlight 2 RTW, and I have also updated the demonstration site.
I’ve been fortunate enough to stumble upon various reviews of my software and articles in the past, but today I found something a little different. Erik Mork has a well produced and thoughtful review of Clog, and it’s a podcast!
Yesterday I had a great time presenting an introduction on WPF to DEEWR developers and managers. Here is the agenda from the presentation: WPF Features WPF Applications Display Technologies WPF Rendering Tiers XAML & XAML Uses Class Hierarchy The Application Class Layout & Layout Panels Content Model Dependency Properties Property Coercion Routed Events Pages and Navigation Page Functions Commands Styles Control Templates Data Binding Download WPFIntroduction.pptx (206.42 kb)
Like me, you may have read in various books and articles that there exists a restriction of one WorkflowRuntime instance for each App Domain. This is, in fact, not true. In an early beta release of WF such a restriction existed, and this fact has been perpetuated even though the restriction has long since been removed. The following code sample is a simple demonstration to show that there is no problem creating multiple WorkflowRuntime instances....
Today I gave the first in a series of presentations on Workflow Foundation (at DEEWR). Agenda from the presentation: WF Overview Activities Services Sequential Workflows Rules State Machine Workflows Persistence Workflow Tracking The slides and demo code can be downloaded here (1,015.05 kb) Andrew Coates from Microsoft was kind enough to provide me with trial software handouts for the event. Thanks Andrew.