dnrTV Show #21: Michael Stiefel on Windows Workflow Foundation (1 of 4)
June, 2006 is Windows Workflow Foundation month at dnrTV. We proudly present to you four outstanding shows outlining the power of Microsoft's Windows Workflow Foundation with our esteemed guest, Michael Stiefel. This week and next you'll be introduce to WWF. Week 3 will highlight practical uses of WWF. The last show in the series will cover advanced usage.
Michael Stiefel, principal of Reliable Software, Inc. is a consultant on software architecture and development, and the alignment of information technology with business goals. He is currently a member of the OASIS Technical Committee developing a core SOA Reference Model. He is a Visiting Scholar at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the Science, Technology and Society Program where his research and teaching focus is the teaching of engineering to high school and undergraduate students. As Adjunct faculty, Stiefel has taught graduate and undergraduate software engineering courses at Northeastern University and Framingham State University. Michael Stiefel's education is from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with a Interdisciplinary Ph.D degree in Nuclear Engineering, Political Science, and History of Technology; M.S. in Nuclear Engineering; and B.S. in Electrical Engineering. He is an active member of Independent Computer Consultants Association and the IEEE Consultants Network.