Building a document e-signing workflow with Durable Functions

 
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Durable functions offer an interesting programming model for building workflows. Whether you need to sometimes split and do multiple things or wait for user input, a lot of things are possible. They do present some challenges as well, and the limitations of orchestrator functions can make working with Durable seem very complicated. In this talk we will go through the basics of Durable Functions along with strategies for deploying and monitoring them. A sample application will be presented where users can send documents for electronic signature. A Durable Functions workflow will power the signing process. After attending this talk, you will have a basic understanding of Durable Functions as well as the source code for the sample application, which you can refer to when developing your own applications.

Speaker

Joonas Westlin

Azure Developer and Azure MVP at Zure Ltd

Joonas has been working with Microsoft technologies as a hobby since the first version of .NET framework. Currently he works as a software developer at Zure, a company specializing in developing software on Microsoft Azure using its PaaS offerings. He is one of the 5 Azure MVPs in Finland. Joonas is currently the global #1 for Azure AD answers on Stack Overflow.

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