In my previous post, I spoke of how Silverlight is bringing some great user experiences for viewing the Olympics on the web. While it’s likely a large number of people reading this post have seen Silverlight even prior to the Olympics, you may be wondering how you can start learning Silverlight 2 and building compelling web solutions with it yourself.
As you might expect, there are a number of great primers on how to build Silverlight applications. If you’re new to Silverlight development, the best place to start is by going to Silverlight.net to get examples of what is available as well as visiting the Get Started tab. It will tell you what you need to start building great Silverlight applications.
For those of you that have already gone through that material, you may also want to take a look at the list of training videos available for free online below. The list was compiled by my colleague Joe Stagner who has a great blog on building web solutions on the Microsoft platform. The list of videos can also be found below:
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