When to use Microsoft Visual Studio and when to use Microsoft Expression Blend.
Creating forms and using controls.
Event handling and data binding.
Creating multi-page applications.
All participants are strongly encouraged to obtain the required software prior to the webcast. After installing Visual Studio 2008 or Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2008, please go to the
Silverlight Get Started page and download and install Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1 (SP1), Expression Blend 2, Expression Blend 2 SP1, and the Silverlight Toolkit—numbers 1, 2, and 4 in the
Get Started Box. If you are totally new to Silverlight programming, you should also read this
before attending the webcast.
Presenter: Jesse Liberty, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation
Jesse Liberty, Silverlight Geek, is a developer-community liaison for the Microsoft Silverlight.net site. His areas of interest include user experience (UX), control development, cloud computing, Live Mesh, data services, cross-platform programming, cross-language
programming, hyper-video, and building strong communication between Microsoft and software developers.
Jesse is a monthly guest on the Sparkling Client podcast, his blog is a required resource for Microsoft Silverlight programmers, and he is the author of two dozen books, including Programming .NET 3.5 (O'Reilly, 2008), Learning ASP.NET with AJAX (O'Reilly,
2008), and the forthcoming Programming Silverlight (O'Reilly). His twenty years of programming experience include stints as a distinguished software engineer at AT&T, vice-president of human-computer interaction at Citibank, and software architect at PBS/Learning
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