We just deployed our corporate Silverlight Greeting Card to Windows Azure, the cloud computing service from Microsoft.
Happy Holidays!! See you in 2010…
This is your last chance to get a Silverlight training in Montreal this year…
The Silverlight Tour will hit Montreal just before Christmas, and already provide Silverlight 4 content!!!
- When: December 21-23
- Where: Montreal, Qc
- Registration (Fr): http://www.runatserver.com/SilverlightTraining.aspx
If you are looking for 3 days of intensive Silverlight training in French this is your chance to learn it from soup to nuts!
While the labs will continue to be in Silverlight 3, the instructor will be using Visual Studio 2010 and Silverlight 4 to explain how the new features work and how they may impact how you architect your Silverlight solution. So the content cover all Silverlight 3 features as well as Silverlight 4!Technorati Tags: Silverlight
Unfortunately we had Jesse Liberty down by H1N1, so I took care of the Silverlight 4 session with co-worker Dominic Sévigny at the Montreal .NET Community meeting.
Silverlight 4 (currently in beta) adds support for right-click mouse events on all UIElements: