Building A Product For Real

Posted by: Jesse Liberty - Silverlight Geek, on 19 Oct 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

As some of you know; Ive been showing a number of Silverlight features in terms of Project Turing.  It was never my intention to finish that project; rather to use it as a mooring point to ensure that the mini-tutorials were realistic about building applications. The second purpose of the Turing project was as a proof of concept. I now have the green light to go for a full development process, with the clear goal of creating a working application that will be: A complete design to delivery...

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