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Paul LabergeWeb Platform AdvisorMicrosoft Canada
There are so many great resources on WPF/Silverlight and Expression Studio available after MIX. It's time to do a part II of the resource listing continuing on the previous WPF and Expression Resource post.
Please let us know if you discover a great resource link that's not in the list.
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Nice, thanks. I never knew that much about wpf
A slight change this week. POI titles will now include the main topics covered in each post ("Other"
Expression Studio is a very valuable asset in the toolkits of designers and developers for building Rich
Total Training also has in-depth training on Microsoft Expression here:
Free samples are available online.
It was my first EnergizeIT experience yesterday. What a fun day it was! I like how the event unite all
http://www.totaltraining.com/prod/microsoft/expression.asp <- THANKS!
http://www.totaltraining.com/prod/microsoft/expression.asp -- yea big thanks!