SharePoint 2013 introduced a new approach to workflows that promises to create opportunities to develop new solutions which integrate SharePoint into broader workloads. However, whether you’re building workflows on SharePoint 2013 or on SharePoint 2007, it’s important to understand the architecture as well as the benefits… and implications of workflow processes. In this session, we’ll discuss the SharePoint workflow architecture, execution model, and process monitoring. We’ll look at real world workflows and discuss potential pitfalls. We’ll also survey the boundary cases for SharePoint workflows and look at an ISV solution that extends beyond where SharePoint leaves off in building enterprise scale business processes.
SharePoint 2013 workflow architecture
Best practices in SharePoint workflow development
Real world insights on what works and what doesn’t
Identify new workflow application scenarios
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