Monthly Archives: June 2012

Screencast series on Workflow foundation 4.0 – Part 2 ( Arguments and variables)

This is second screencast in the series (Workflow foundation 4.0).In this screencast i will demonstrate , how to use arguments and variables in workflows,how to pass the variables or arguments to/from the workflow. Part 1 is available on this link

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Screencast series on Workflow foundation 4.0 – Part 1

Workflow foundation 4.0 has many things to offer. Many new features have been added.Its also provides XAML based interface to drag and drop activities. It can simplify the process development. Scaling of the application can also be achieved very easily

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Connecting the dots …. (From Software to Hardware)

I have talked about many things in my posts till now….. cloud , desktop app, web app, mobile app…..and how you can integrate them. But still one important hasn’t been discussed yet and that is “Hardware”…obviously for a process industry

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Trying Various Cloud solutions in Visual Studio ( Azure , Amazon AWS)

I am trying to evaluate various cloud solution in market. There are mainly three aspects of choosing any solution out of them are : Aspect 1) Whether the solution work seamlessly with your existing technical skills (if you are a

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Windows Azure and Process Industry

Cloud computing is gaining popularity day by day due to its obvious benefits. It provides companies to concentrate on the application rather than on creating infrastructure and maintaining in the long run. Windows azure can be very useful, if you

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