Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Silverlight Version 3

With the release of version 3, Silverlight has hit the maturity sweet spot with more clients realising the benefits of a runtime specifically designed for RIA and media based application.
To help Universities, Media Academies and Colleges understanding the technology and teaching it to their students, and in collaboration with Skillset and the Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication, Microsoft developed a ready to teach module that covers all the main aspects of the technology and the associated tools.

We are delighted to launch this module in the UK with two events in which we will talk about the content, the technology and provide you with some more information on how we believe learning it will be beneficial for your students.

During the day, you will have the opportunity to understand the course content and get an overview of the technology and especially understand the benefit of integrated developer/designer workflow, Deep Zoom & Smooth Streaming HD video. You will also experience working with the latest Expression Blend 3 tools – supporting you from sketch through to delivery.
Here’s an overview of the topics covered in the course
1.     Introduction Silverlight
2.     Prototyping your Silverlight Project in SketchFlow
3.     Building asserts for your Silverlight project
4.     Naming and arranging elements in Expression Blend
5.     Creating animation & Basic interactivity in Expression Blend
6.     Working with the Visual State Manager
7.     Adding Video in Expression Blend
8.     A C# Primer
9.     Practical Application
10.  Working with Data
11.  A Look at creating Deep Zoom’s
The events will take place in Birmingham on March 15th 2010 and in Edinburgh on March 19th 2010.
If you are interested and want to join please follow the instructions below. If you know someone who may be interested, please feel free to extend this invitation.
How to reserve your place

Please contact me ( with full name, title, institution, email address and telephone number of the attendee/s you want to register plus any special requirements (e.g. dietary requirements).
These sessions are reserved to teaching and research staff in Universities, Media Academies and Colleges in the United Kingdom.

We look forward to seeing you!
Best regards,
Paolo Barone | Academic Evangelist | Microsoft UK

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