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Paul LabergeWeb Platform AdvisorMicrosoft Canada
Day 4 involves a lot of hard work (9 am - 12 am). It feels like the crunch time before final projects back in grad school. At the start of the day, we reviewed each other's progress and decided the underlying messaging framework for two Silverlight applications to communicate with each other was too time consuming to implement. Our priority should be integrating XAML with backend code logic and demo the use cases locally by creating two surface tables on one page.
Things we learnt today from our designer-developer workflow:
At the end of the day, we were able to complete
On Day 5 (our last day), we'd like to accomplish
That's very cool.
You also gave me a good idea for Groove, thanks.
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