There are many good resources for getting started with WF. The
.NET Framework Developer Center for WF (on MSDN) has many good resources. There are also some introductory screencasts
here, and two good whitepapers in the MSDN Library:
The Workflow Way: Understanding Windows Workflow Foundation and
A Developer's Introduction to Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) in .NET 4. The
WF MSDN documentation contains a
Getting Started Tutorial which walks through the basic steps of creating workflows and hosting them. There are also hands-on labs for WF. They are available as part of the
Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4 Training Kit on the Microsoft Download Center, (which includes labs for many areas of .NET 4 and VS other than WF), and are also available integrated within Visual Studio
from the Ron Jacobs MSDN blog.
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