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State machines are an approach to workflow design that allows a lot more flexibility, a lot more readability, and a lot less chaos to almost any process model. In a very real sense, almost all workflows would benefit from being redesigned as state machines, but certain use cases fit this design model particularly well. This session will explain what state machines are, why to use them, how to create them in Visual Studio and other products, and how to redesign a number of workflow models as state machines instead.
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