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  • Beginning Silverlight 4 in C#

    I have read many technical books over the years and this is one is one of those books that you know you better keep handy. I really like how Robert has this book laid out and how he introduces you to Silverlight. I’ve been a .NET guy since version 1.0. But like most developers, I haven’t...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski (Weblog) by Blake Niemyjski on 08-08-2010
  • Silverlight 2.0 is almost here!

    Over the past week there has been some talk on Scott Guthrie and Shawn Burke blog about Silverlight 2.0. Please check out Scott’s blog for included freatures and eight walk throughs pertaining to Silverlight 2.0, and Shawn’s for more information on what we can expect while developing Silverlight 2.0...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski (Weblog) by Blake Niemyjski on 02-23-2008
  • Got Posters?

    Chris Bowen’s did a search last month for all posters available on Microsoft Downloads. This is what he found: .NET 3.5 Namespaces Poster The .NET Framework 3.5 Common Namespaces and Types Poster Visual Basic 2008 Keybinding Poster Printable wall poster containing list of useful keyboard shortcuts for...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski (Weblog) by Blake Niemyjski on 01-23-2008
  • Microsoft offers four free gigs of Silverlight hosting!

    Microsoft is offering four gigs of hosting space to anyone needing a place to host there Silverlight applications. I just hope a lot of people will see the importance in the stance Microsoft is taking on this subject. So what are you waiting for? Go and get yourself some free hosting. " Microsoft...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski (Weblog) by Blake Niemyjski on 10-03-2007
  • Microsoft releases Silverlight 1.0 RTM

    Last night Microsoft released version 1.0 of Silverlight. Silverlight is a very new and exciting product that will change the way we see the web. " Compelling Cross-Platform User Experiences Deliver media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web that incorporate video, animation...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski (Weblog) by Blake Niemyjski on 09-06-2007
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