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Mohammad is a Senior Architect tasked with supporting strategic account teams across Canada. He is also a member of the Microsoft Architecture Editorial Board and is passionate about documenting best practices for software architecture. Prior to joining M

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  • Blog Post: Silverlight resources

    About: This blog post provides a link to the Silverlight resources Greetings, I have received a number of inquiries about Silverlight in the past few months and was thinking about compiling a list of resources when I found out that one of my colleagues, Qixing Zheng has compiled a wonderful list...
  • Blog Post: 10 things you should know about Silverlight

    About: This blog post provides link for an interesting article on Silverlight Greetings, Hope all of you are doing well, sorry for the long gap in blog posts, I was blessed with my third daughter during summers and along with vacation, training and organizing architect forum, I am finally back...
  • Blog Post: Web Cast: Web 2.0 for financial services

    About: This post is about the Web Cast I will conduct next week on Web 2.0 Greetings, I will conduct a Web Cast on Web 2.0 next week, the abstract and registration link for the web cast is as follows: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032334173&Culture=en-US ...
  • Blog Post: .NET 3.0, Different Versions of the .NET Framework

    About: This post describes the differences between various versions of the .NET framework Hello, There has been considerable confusion about the differences between various versions of the .NET framework. My colleague and good friend Carol Roy has put together this really nice picture that...
  • Blog Post: AJAX and Atlas: Developing next generation Web application using AJAX and Atlas

    About: This post provides a link to a Web Cast I recorded today on AJAX and Atlas Greetings, Today I conducted a Web Cast on "Developing next generation Web application using AJAX and Atlas", you can use the following link to download a recorded version http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/WebCastEventDetails...
  • Blog Post: Ajax, Atlas and Avalon – Part 3

    About: This is the third and last part in a series of posts about the present and future state of User Interface programming models and their applicability in various scenarios. Hello Everyone, This series of posts introduces the three programming models that in my opinion are going to occupy...
  • Blog Post: Ajax, Atlas and Avalon – Part 2

    About: This is the second part in a series of posts about the present and future state of User Interface programming models and their applicability in various scenarios. Hello Everyone, This series of posts introduces the three programming models that in my opinion are going to occupy significant...
  • Blog Post: Ajax, Atlas and Avalon – Part 1

    About: This is the first part in a series of posts about the present and future state of User Interface programming models and their applicability in various scenarios. Hello Everyone, This series of posts introduces the three programming models that in my opinion are going to occupy significant...
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