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  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Svetla Stoycheva  on  Mar 29, 2010 (2 months ago)

    The Silverlight Tour is one of the most intensive courses in Silverlight 4. It takes just 4 days to learn and experience the ins and outs of design, development and server-side programming with Silverlight.

    We talk to one of the course organizers in Canada - Laurent Duveau - on why should a person invest in attending this course, and what s/he should expect to achieve through it.

    Q. Laurent – the Silverlight Tour announced a draw giving one free pass to The Silverlight Tour in Vancouver, May 3-6, 2010 to a member of SilverlightShow Community.

  • Silverlight News for November 06, 2008

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Nov 06, 2008 (more than a year ago)
    Tags: Cloud Gazing From Silverlight 2 , Silverlight 2 Application Structure and Execution Cycle , AutoCompleteBox , ComboBox , Silverlight Tour , Silverlight Resource Dictionary , Microsoft BizSpark , Building Composite WPF app

    John Papa wrote an article titled “Cloud Gazing From Silverlight 2” in his Data Points column in MSDN Magazine (Nov 2008 issue).

    Suprotim Agarwal takes a quick overview of the main components that play a role in the Execution cycle of a Silverlight 2 application in the article “Silverlight 2 Application Structure and Execution Cycle”. He also shows the important steps in a Silverlight application lifecycle.

    Tim Heuer explains the ability to use the AutoCompleteBox control (Silverlight Toolkit) to enable editable ComboBox scenarios in Silverlight apps. The source code is available for those of you who’ll find it useful.

    Only two weeks left until the Seattle Silverlight Tour stop.  If you are interested in the three-day workshop on everything Silverlight, make sure you register now. The workshop includes coverage of Visual Studio, Blend, the Silverlight stack from XAML and development all the way through to writing and consuming web services and data services.

    Richard Griffin created his own Visual Studio Item Template for Silverlight Resource Dictionary and it’s available for download.

    A new program for startups has just launched: “Microsoft® BizSpark™ is a global program designed to help accelerate the success of early stage startups by providing key resources when they need it the most”.

    Jeff Brand released the next installment of the Building Composite WPF app series.

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