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Deep Fried Bytes Episode 10: A Practical Look at Silverlight Part 2

Posted by Keith Elder | Posted in Asp.Net, Podcast | Posted on 18-08-2008

Can you believe we made it to Episode 10!?  It is such a nice round number isn’t it?  If you think about it, technically we only have two more episodes than Michael Phelps has gold medals.  Episode 10 is part two of our Silverlight discussion with Shawn Wildermuth.  Honestly, I think this episode is the best of the two, mainly because we have a “rusty washers” segment in it that really runs Silverlight through its paces. 

In this episode we welcome a new sponsor to the show, DevExpress, the makers of Coderush and Refactor Pro among a ton of other things.  Just a little FYI, they have a grid specifically for Silverlight that comes with the source code.  Check it out.

What interesting facts will you learn in this episode?  Let’s see.  You’ll probably learn that I have a riding lawn mower and have to mow way too much grass.  You’ll also learn that Woody would get the gold medal for the tallest grass in his neighborhood along with some great guidance about how Silverlight should be used.

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