Last Saturday I had the pleasure of speaking at the Tallahassee, Fl. Code Camp. I presented during the last two hours of the event in which I was very please to see that a lot of people were interested in to hang around. The Tally .Net User Group did a great job of organizing the event, and took extra care of its speakers. For the first time, I walked away with some good books that were given to me instead of being raffled off. I did however give some out as prizes for attending my sessions. In all I thought the event was a success!
One of my sessions was gamed to introducing people to WF. It's title, "Why Workflow". This time I introduced the Workflow's Rules Engine which had the crowd in all. My plan was to let the attendees come up business rules in which I would build using the Rules Editor, which because of the time I was not able to do but I did show them how to add rules to an application in which impressed many of them. Probably the best comment was from a consultant that claimed a client had recently spent a great sum of money to purchase a rules engine in which based on what I was demonstrating with WF's Rules Engine, could have been a viable approach instead.