Posted by: techsavygal | April 16, 2008

Free E-Learnings on .Net Framework 3.5 and VS 2008!

Hi,

Microsoft has released of the following e-learning courses on .Net Framework 3.5 and VS 2008 to public for free.

Clinic 6262: Introducing Windows Workflow Foundation using .Net Framework 3.5 & Visual Studio 2008This clinic will provide a start point for Enterprise Developers and Software Architects that are looking to Windows Workflow Foundation as a solution for enabling business processes within their solutions. Within the clinic you will learn about the functionality provided by the workflow engine, the overall architecture, and how to build workflow enabled applications.

 

Clinic 6263: Introducing Windows Presentation Foundation using .Net Framework 3.5 & Visual Studio 2008In this 2 hour online clinic you will learn about Windows Presentation Foundation, the new platform for building Smart Client applications that integrate UI, media and documents to deliver unparalleled user experiences. Within the clinic you will learn about WPF features including XAML, and how to create WPF applications, as well as get an overview of the WPF API.

This clinic will provide a start point for Smart Client developers and Software Architects that are looking to Windows Presentation Foundation for providing rich user interfaces within their solutions.

 

Clinic 6264: Introducing Windows Communication Foundation using .Net Framework 3.5 & Visual Studio 2008In this 2 hour online clinic you will learn about Windows Communication Foundation, the next generation technology for developing service oriented applications. Within the clinic you will learn about WCF Architecture, how to create WCF Services and Clients, and enhancing WCF services with security and reliability. This clinic will provide a start point for Enterprise Developers and Software Architects that are looking to Windows Communication Foundation as a solution for their service oriented solutions.

 

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Responses

  1. Hi
    Iam looking for answers to the following biztalk questions.Please help.
    1) Which of the following are true satements about orchestration persistence? (Choose three.)
    Saves orchestration state to provide recoverability
    Rolls back failed atomic transactions
    Assists in reversing committed transactions
    Enables orchestration dehydration
    Controls timing of orchestration processing

    2) By default the XmlReceive Pipeline can be used for which of the following? (Choose three.)
    Splitting batched XML messages.
    Resolving the sender of a digitally signed message
    Validating message data against a schema
    Converting XML messages to a flat file format
    Promote message properties
    3)Messages inside of an orchestration… (Choose three.)
    Are immutable
    Are stored as a variable
    Cannot be passed as parameters
    Must be based on an XML schema
    Are defined as an instance of a type

    Thanks

  2. Hi Hari,

    Apologies for delayed response. If you have not got the answers yet: they are:
    1) Saves orchestration state to provide recoverability
    Rolls back failed atomic transactions
    Enables orchestration dehydration
    2) Resolving the sender of a digitally signed message
    Validating message data against a schema
    Promote message properties
    3) Are immutable
    Are stored as a variable
    Cannot be passed as parameters

  3. 1) Saves orchestration state to provide recoverability
    Assists in reversing committed transactions
    Enables orchestration dehydration

    2) Splitting batched XML messages.
    Resolving the sender of a digitally signed message
    Promote message properties

    3) Are immutable
    Are stored as a variable
    Are defined as an instance of a type


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