Exploring Silverlight with Mark Smith

Posted in Conferences, Development, Graphics, Frameworks on June 21, 2008

Exploring Silverlight with Mark Smith

In this presentation filmed at QCon, Mark Smith walks through Silverlight 2.0 capabilities. At the time, Microsoft was referring to this version of Silverlight as 1.1 which has been recently revived up to 2.0. Mark discusses migration to version 2.0, the C# code-behind capabilities, support for threads and how to consume web services.

Mark Smith is an independent consultant, author and trainer for DevelopMentor living in Dallas, Texas. He has designed and built large scale server-side infrastructure for companies like Exxon/Mobile, Fidelity Investments and Verisign. In his spare time he enjoys playing guitar and reading when not playing with his 4 daughters.

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Tags: Conferences, C#, Silverlight, .NET Framework, Web Services, InfoQ, QCon San Francisco 2007, Rich Internet Apps, QCon