The Microsoft Silverlight Analytics Framework is releasing at MIX 2010

Effective Rich Internet Applications are everyone’s goal. To measure this effectiveness, developers and designer need to instrument the application and collect data about the ways users interact with them. Often instrumentation is being done after the fact, done partially or dropped. Current ways to instrument applications are cumbersome, are focusing on instrumentation of Web pages and sometimes not appropriate to next generation interactive connected applications.

Well, at MIX you will hear how Silverlight empowers you to instrument your application in a much easier and deep way (it might actually blow you away).

Our colleague Michael S. Scherotter is going to introduce and talk about the Silverlight Analytics Framework at MIX.

The Silverlight Analytics Framework is scheduled to release next week (March 15 2010) on CodePlex as free open-source framework. The Framework will be available for both in browser and out of browser Silverlight applications, is integrated nicely with the design experience in Blend and is supporting many analytic services it can report into.

The session on the framework will be on Monday 3/15/2010 at 2:00 PM at our Mix Conference in Las Vegas – it will be recorded and put up on the Mix site soon after so if you can’t make it, you can still learn about it.

After you will have a chance to try it, you will never want to look back. The team did some amazing work on this.

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