Deep Fried Bytes: A Practical Look at Silverlight 2 Part 1

Deep Fried Bytes

Now that Silverlight 2 is at the Olympics and making a big splash, we wanted to explore this fascinating technology more. Microsoft Silverlight 2 is a cross-browser, cross-platform, and cross-device plug-in for delivering the next generation of .NET based media experiences and rich interactive ap...

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Now that Silverlight 2 is at the Olympics and making a big splash, we wanted to explore this fascinating technology more. Microsoft Silverlight 2 is a cross-browser, cross-platform, and cross-device plug-in for delivering the next generation of .NET based media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web.  Keith and Woody sit down with Shawn Wildermuth about the past, present and future of Silverlight 2 and get into some of the truths about this exciting technology.

Thanks to our guest this episode Shawn Wildermuthhttp://www.silverlight-tour.com

Shawn is also the author of several books including the book "Pragmatic ADO.NET" for Addison-Wesley, and is also the co-author of four Microsoft Certification Training Kits for MS Press, as well as the upcoming book, “Prescriptive Data Architectures”. 

He has been writing articles for a number of years for a variety of magazines and websites, including MSDN, MSDN Online, DevSource, InformIT, Windows IT Pro, The ServerSide .NET, ONDotNet.com and Intel’s Rich Client Series. Shawn has enjoyed building data-driven software for more than twenty years. He can be reached at his website at http://www.wildermuthconsulting.com.

Shawn's blog is at http://wildermuth.com

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