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Default Mike Meyers Silverlight Election 2008 Demo

Wrox author Mike Meyers who is working on one of our Silverlight 1.1 books (Professional Silverlight 1.1) just released a Election 2008 Silverlight Demo. Mike's company Novera Consulting (a Microsoft certified partner) developed the demo after a call from Microsoft for a Silverlight issue resolution lab. Tim Sneath at Microsoft says it's a great example and it highlights what the richer presentation available with silverlight delivers that plain old html can't.

While the Professional Silverlight 1.1 book won't be available until next year when Silverlight 1.1 releases, Mike also wrote the Silverlight 1.0 Animation Wrox Blox we just released that is available now (don't forget, Wrox Blox are instaly available as PDF downloads, selling for just $3.99 US for a limited time).

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