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XAMLfest Going Online

Several of you joined us last October for the pilot XAMLfest in Houston Texas. The tour has grown up quite a bit since then, and we’re now starting to cover Silverlight 3 and Blend 3. Even better, we’re taking the tour online so you don’t have to leave the office to attend or get a refresher.

So what is XAMLfest?

Are you excited about WPF but concerned about the learning curve?  Have you seen Silverlight but don’t know where to get started?  Or are you curious about how tools like Expression Blend help designers and developers deliver great user experiences together? If so, join us at XAMLfest!

XAMLfest Online is a five day event delivered through a combination of live sessions and recorded training. The recorded training can be viewed at any time, but each segment should be watched before you participate in a related live session. The table below should help illustrate how each session relates to another:


Sessions are geared to both designer and developer audiences and attendees can participate in both tracks. Live sessions start 6/1 and recorded content is available starting 5/25. For more information and to register, please visit xamlfestonline.com. These sessions are open to the public as well, so feel free to pass this invitation on.

Please note: Participants must currently register for each session individually. We realize this is not convenient for those that plan to attend every session and we’re working with msdev.com on a better solution. Thank you for taking the time to register.

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