Webinar : Establish a Workflow for Live Smooth Streaming with Expression Encoder and IIS

Do you want to deliver live video that can adapt to changing network conditions in real time? Would you like to easily broadcast live feeds to multiple screens, including iOS devices? If the answer to those questions is yes, please join us at StreamingMedia.com on Thursday, March 31st at 11 am PST for a webinar…

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Silverlight Show: Recording of webinar ‘Switching on the Cloud for Silverlight’ by Gill Cleeren

Silverlight Webinar: In this episode of Silverlight Show, Microsoft Regional Director Gill Cleeren presents ‘Switching on the Cloud for Silverlight’. In this recorded webinar Gill discusses the following topics: 1. Parts of Windows Azure 2. Why does a Silverlight developer need to care? 3. Developing for Windows Azure · Required tools · Emulators (“local cloud”)…

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Silverlight TV 67: Bill Buxton Talks about Speed Dating at MIX11

Silverlight TV 67: Recently, UX legend Bill Buxton was in town and stopped by to share what he’s been up to. In this week’s episode of SLTV, Bill discusses how integrated devices with things that “just work together,” UX, and touch might all be in our lives to a much larger degree in the near…

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Jeremy Likness on Unit Testing XAML Data-Bindings in Silverlight

Are you a developer who wonders “How do we test the XAML?” Have you ever handed off XAML to a designer or another developer, who has accidentally removed a data-binding or other critical element, and then handed it back? In this week’s guest blog, Silverlight MVP Jeremy Likness identifies the problems around testing data-bindings and…

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Announcing Visual Studio LightSwitch Beta 2 is available

We are proud to announce that Visual Studio LightSwitch Beta 2 is now available for download. LightSwitch gives you a simpler and faster way to create high-quality Silverlight business applications for the desktop and the cloud. If you are new to Visual Studio LightSwitch Beta 2 here are some resources to get you started: Visual…

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Extending LightSwitch Beta 2 Applications

Hello Silverlight Community, I am the product manager for Microsoft® Visual Studio® LightSwitch™. Today, we are making Visual Studio LightSwitch Beta 2 publicly available for download. If you are new to Visual Studio LightSwitch Beta 2 here are some resources to get you started: What’s new in Visual Studio LightSwitch Beta 2 Visual Studio LightSwitch…

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Silverlight TV 66: Phoney – New Windows Phone 7 Open Source Project

If you have trouble using bit.ly or logging on Windows Phone 7, check out this week’s episode of Silverlight TV where John Papa talks with Shawn Wildermuth about Phoney, a new Open Source Project that will be showcased at MIX11 on April 11th. Join Shawn as he walks through Phoney’s Bit.ly helper, system resource helper,…

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Dan Wahlin on Understanding the Role of Commanding in Silverlight

If you’re building Silverlight 4 applications then you’ve more than likely heard the term "commanding" used at a talk, in a forum or in talking with a WPF or Silverlight developer. What is commanding and why should you care about it? In a nutshell, it’s a mechanism used in the Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern for communicating…

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Silverlight TV 65: 3D Graphics

Silverlight TV 65: Do 3D and graphics get you going? The folks at Archetype created an amazing 3D application that we first showed in the keynote at the Silverlight Firestarter in December, 2010. In this week’s episode of SLTV, Danny Riddell, CEO of Archetype, joins John to discuss their recent work with Silverlight 5, 3D,…

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Silverlight Show: Interview with Silverlight MVP Jeremy Likness

Silverlight Webinar: In this episode of Silverlight Show, Emil Stoychev sits down with Silverlight MVP Jeremy Likness at the MVP Summit 2011 that took place in Redmond, Washington from February 28 – March 2. In this interview, Jeremy shares more about his open source projects – Ultra Light MVVM for WP7 and Sterling. Original Post…

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