Subject: You must register athttps://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=150257 in order to be admitted to the building and attend.Everybody who writes code wants to build great software. If that software is a server application, part of being great is scaling well, handling large loads without consuming too many resources. A great application should also be as easy as possible to understand, both for its creators and for the people who maintain it. Achieving both of these goals isn’t easy. Approaches that help applications scale tend to break them apart, dividing their logic into separate chunks that can be hard to understand. Achieving this is a primary goal of Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). This session covers some basic concepts , windows workflow 4 architecure , its best patterns and usages.Session Includes:1. Workflow Architecture , business problems and technical case for using workflow.2. Best Patterns and Practices.3. Hosting using AppFabric and IIS , contract base routing.4. Parallel Programming in Windows Workflow.5. Workflow as a service model.
Speaker: Navneet Srivastava, Emerging Health Information Technology Navneet is lead architect and manager of engineers in the Product Development division of Emerging Health Information Technology, a subsidiary of Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx. He oversees design and development of the breakthrough clinical intelligence application, Clinical Looking Glass, employing cutting edge Microsoft technologies and a host of best practices. In past positions, Navneet has developed other healthcare applications with national distribution.
Date: Thursday, November 18, 2010
Time: Reception 6:00 PM , Program 6:15 PM
Location: Microsoft , 1290 Avenue of the Americas (the AXA building - bet. 51st/52nd Sts.) , 6th floor
Directions:B/D/F/V to 47th-50th Sts./Rockefeller Ctr1 to 50th St./BwayN/R/W to 49th St./7th Ave.
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