My latest screencast in the Windows WF developer screencast series has been loaded up. In this session, I go into detail about how to use one of the more powerful control flow activities in the framework. I show how to use data to drive control flow with the replicator, how to control the execution style and how to use rules to control when execution should complete. In addition, I show how to use code to initialize child activities before they are executed.
Previous screencasts in this series can be found on the screencast section of the Pluralsight website. You will also find short screen casts on other technologies both current (e.g. WCF) and future ("Oslo") on this page.