Addison-Wesley Professional Announces Four-Part .NET Digital Series on Windows Workflow Foundation

Addison-Wesley Professional Announces Four-Part .NET Digital Series on Windows Workflow Foundation

Building Applications with Windows Workflow Foundation from Addison-Wesley Professional, a technology imprint of Pearson Education, is a four-part .NET Short Cut series consisting of 20-50 pages each. Written for .NET developers, the author, Michael Stiefel, offers a combination of practical WF application with just enough understanding of the underpinnings.

 The four parts include: Basics of Windows Workflow Foundation, State Machine and Rules-Driven Workflows, Advanced Workflow Features, and Extended Workflow Example. Each .NET Short Cut is priced at US$7.99 and available on http://www.informit.com.

 Short Cuts, a new digital publishing initiative from Pearson Education for the technical publisher launched last September, are concise PDF documents on cutting-edge technologies. Short Cuts were created with the goal of offering professional developers and IT workers a first look at a new technology or a quick means of learning and applying a new technology from a reliable resource.

 Author, expert, trainer, and speaker Michael Stiefel is principal of Reliable Software, Inc., a consulting firm focused on software architecture and development, and the alignment of information technology with business goals. He is a member of the OASIS Technical Committee and is currently developing a core SOA Reference Model and related Reference Architectures. Stiefel is Microsoft Visual Developer - Solutions Architect MVP. He is a Visiting Scholar at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the Science, Technology and Society Program.

 

Addison-Wesley Professional

Price: Each .NET Short Cut is priced at US$7.99

Web Site: http://www.informit.com, http://www.pearsoned.com

 

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