According to the official website ( )

Jetfire ( is an open source, object oriented ecosystem which makes it very 
easy to develop persistent programs, workflows and policy management rules. 
The dynamic Jetfire language extends C# with integrated ORM functionality, versioning, security and dynamic typing.

Sure sounds interesting. Especially the part about persistent workflows.
Apparently, you can make workflows persistent by saving them either to the file system, or even a database.
The only thing that one may miss would be the graphical designer found in Visual Studio or PowerWF.
But this small disadvantage really doesn't matter, does it?

I'm going to start experimenting with Jetfire.
Let's see how it helps.

Last edited Dec 19, 2010 at 10:41 PM by HackerLabs, version 1


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