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Paul LabergeWeb Platform AdvisorMicrosoft Canada
This is the last Silverlight user group meeting of the year. Hope to see you all there!
Time: 6:30PM, Tuesday December 2nd, 2008.
Location: MSN Office Downtown Toronto, 222 Bay St. Toronto, ON
6:30 – 7:30: Animations and Databinding in Blend - by Dan Borkowski & David Stubbs
7:30 – 7:45: Break 7:45 – 8:45: Silverlight within SharePoint - by Sean Hopen
8:45 - 9:30: Q&A
Prizes: Silverlight 2 books, Expression Studio 2, and Visual Studio 2008 copies.
Register at: http://www.torontosilverlight.com
Dan Borkowski (Infusion) Dan is a software consultant at Infusion Development. He has worked on enterprise desktop and web applications as well as POCs and demos using the latest and greatest Microsoft Technologies - .NET 3.5, WPF, Silverlight, SQL server. Dan has been working with Blend and Silverlight for about a year, since the early days of 2.0 beta1 and expanded his knowledge by working with WPF. In his latest projects, he has been heavily utilizing Blend to take care of animations using triggers and the VSM as well as exploring the 3D aspect of controls and animations while working with Microsoft Surface.
David Stubbs (Infusion) David is an User Experience Designer at Infusion Development. He has worked on WPF, Surface, and Silverlight projects. His area of concentration is Design, however he has also been venturing into the world of code more and more, and as such has come to understand a lot of the underpinnings of XAML and C#. David has been working with Blend/WPF for 4 months and has been doing everything from full 3d, to interactive Silverlight demos. He has had a chance to touch on many things such as the VSM, Animation, Layout, and general Blend/Silverlight nuances.
Sean Hopen (New Toronto Group) Sean has been developing software for the last 25 years. And is now a Senior Consultant for the New Toronto Group. He has lead development teams working on desktop, client server, and multi-tier internet applications for Health, Financial and Education sectors. SharePoint development with a Silverlight focus is his current area of concentration.
It's not just Michigan , Chicago , and Seattle and of course London, U.K. that has a Silverlight user group.. Enter Toronto Canada's new group... They seem to be a very popular group with a serious agenda.. Here's their announcement.. " December Silverlight