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Upcoming Blog series on using WCF and Windows Workflow with DotNetNuke

So, I just finished up my Workflow session here at OpenForce Vegas, and the feedback I received on it, plus my earlier session on using WCF with DotNetNuke was very encouraging!.  For those of you who were unable to attend either OpenForce Europe or OpenForce North America this year, I thought it would be nice to show you all some love :)  

 I am going to start a series of blog articles to present those sessions to all of you.  A kind of virtual conference session. Over the series, I will post the slides, source code and present the same guidance and demonstrations that I did at my sessions on how to use these technologies in your custom DotNetNuke modules.

I will start with "Using WCF with DotNetNuke".  In this session I will introduce WCF, talk about the technology (hopefully) in a way that will allow you to get past the apparent complexities and obtain an understanding of the technology and how you can use it as another tool in your DotNetNuke development toolbelt.  Using WCF to expose your DotNetNuke sites data and functionality to external applications, in a safe and secure manner, opens up architectural possibilities that would would otherwise difficult to implement.

I will folow that series with a series of articles on using Windows Workflow within a custom module to separate the business process and rules from your module code, and to be able to support long running tasks, and react to changing business requirements and specifications without having to make changes to your module's code.

I hope you will all enjoy these articles and will come to understand that these powerful technologies are available to you when designing and buiding your DotNetNuke-based solutions. 

Series 1. DotNetNuke and WCF

•Why use WCF with DotNetNuke?
•Quick Look at WCF
•Demos / code examples
    –Monitoring your web site
    –Offline management of your content

Series 2. DotNetNuke and Windows Workflow

•What is Workflow?
•Why use Workflow with DotNetNuke?
•Quick Look at Workflow
•Demos / code examples



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