Check out my recent appearance on the .NET Rocks podcast where I talk through how Workflow has evolved into the latest version for .NET 4.6, with better visualization tools and a consistent interface that is easy to work with. The conversation digs into how Workflow separates work from flow – activities are code and flows are the relationships between them. This separation lets you see where there are holes in your decision-making system and helps keep code organized and focused. The question is, when wouldn’t you use Workflow?

https://www.dotnetrocks.com/?show=1236

Blake Helms

Blake Helms is a .NET Software Development Manager for EBSCO Industries, a global company with businesses in a range of industries including Information Services, Publishing and Digital Media, Outdoor Products, Real Estate, Manufacturing and Distribution, and Business Services, headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama. There he is responsible for several core business applications and has been a driver for software craftsmanship and creating a culture that promotes mentorship and continuous improvement. He is also the cofounder of the Birmingham .NET Meetup with a mission to promote good development practices and .NET technologies in the Birmingham, Alabama area. Blake is incredibly passionate about technology in all areas from writing code for work, to audio/video production for his church to automating his home.