The blogged wandering of Robert W. Anderson
Office 2007 RTM’ed this morning so I’ve been looking throughout the day for news on .NET 3.0.
And, yes, it came out too. Here.
I got what I wanted: the release of .NET 3.0 has been decoupled from Vista. Of course, Vista is in escrow and will RTM within a few weeks so it isn’t that decoupled.
Anyway, congratulations to the teams for getting this done!
Tags: .NET, .NET3.0, Microsoft, office, Office2007, RTM, Vista
wrote @ November 21st, 2006 at 10:34 am
I was curious if you see any technology coming out of Windows Workflow which you might integrate into the Digipede Network? Also (unrelated), have you or a client ever used Digipede Network with asynchronous tasks in ASP.NET 2.0?
We are certainly interested in using Windows Workflow Foundation in a future version of the Digipede Network. If we are working on a design for the next major version (i.e., version 2.0) that would take advantage of both WF and Windows Communications Foundation.
In terms of asynchronous tasks, are you talking about putting a Web services front-end on to the Digipede Network? I recently co-authored an article that discusses an approach to that. You can find that here: Scaling SOA with Distributed Computing.
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