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For the last couple of meetings of the Silverlight UK User Group (both October 2011 and March 2012), I alluded to the fact that Silverlight was slipping behind the corporate firewall. Coupled with the strategic shift from Microsoft with respect to preferring a plugin-less browser environment for it’s Windows8 line-up and it’s no wonder that […]

With 4 months lapse since our last Silverlight UK User Group meeting, it was heartening to see that interest has not waned. Thank you for those that attended and supported the group last Thursday! Our presenter of the night, Gill Cleeren made a special trip over from Belgium to break down all the forthcoming Windows […]

I know… it’s been quiet. Very quiet on the Silverlight scene indeed. Since our last meeting, “mainstream” Silverlight has been steadily retreating behind the corporate firewall where it still favours rich, interactive, user interfaces delivered via the browser. From the perspective of organising the user group, this has made it very difficult to coax out […]