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Tampa Silverlight UG (1/14/2010 ): Introduction to the Silverlight Workflow

10 January 2010
Jay Kimble

[WARNING! This is an archived post and as such there may be things broken/missing here.. you have been warned.]

I want to blog a quick reminder to my readers the first (official) meeting of the Tampa SLUG (Silverlight User Group) is Thursday, Jan 14th, 2010 at the Microsoft offices in Tampa. We're starting the group off with a series of topics that will be good for beginners. Here's the info on the first topic:

Introduction to the Silverlight Workflow: One of the promises of separating business logic from the display is that designers and developers can more easily work with each other to create an application. Learn about strategies to actually deliver on this promise and make your data and logic more designer friendly.

This topic will be done by Bill Reiss (Silverlight MVP). We are priviledged to have Bill --the first ever Silverlight MVP-- as a part of our group. Bill could present every month, but he won't. He will be around to help out (as well as correct me and others who will be presenting). If you plan on coming please RSVP at http://silvertb.eventbrite.com/ so we can know how many folks are coming.

You can read up more about our group here at http://www.tampaslug.net.


Tampa Silverlight UG (1/14/2010 ): Introduction to the Silverlight Workflow

10 January 2010
Jay Kimble

[WARNING! This is an archived post and as such there may be things broken/missing here.. you have been warned.]

I want to blog a quick reminder to my readers the first (official) meeting of the Tampa SLUG (Silverlight User Group) is Thursday, Jan 14th, 2010 at the Microsoft offices in Tampa. We’re starting the group off with a series of topics that will be good for beginners. Here’s the info on the first topic:

Introduction to the Silverlight Workflow: One of the promises of separating business logic from the display is that designers and developers can more easily work with each other to create an application. Learn about strategies to actually deliver on this promise and make your data and logic more designer friendly.

This topic will be done by Bill Reiss (Silverlight MVP). We are priviledged to have Bill --the first ever Silverlight MVP-- as a part of our group. Bill could present every month, but he won’t. He will be around to help out (as well as correct me and others who will be presenting). If you plan on coming please RSVP at http://silvertb.eventbrite.com/ so we can know how many folks are coming.

You can read up more about our group here at http://www.tampaslug.net.