Weekly News Digest @SilverlightZone - 27-November-2011 to 03-December-2011


Here is the post on Weekly News Digest at Silverlight-Zone.com. During the week (27th November 2011 to 3rd December 2011), we have submitted ~65 new article links collected from different blog feeds. The posts were on Silverlight, Windows Phone 7, LightSwitch and WinRT Metro.

 

In this post, find the top 5 posts of the week, also sharing the most popular 5 posts of the month near to the end of the post. On regular basis, sharing the daily news digests links at the end. We had a news on the release of Silverlight 5, which didn’t happen last month. Read more to find out all the popular links.

 

Top 5 Posts of the Week

Here comes the top 5 posts of the week, viewed by a huge people. Top viewed posts are from PubSec, Mary Jo Foley, @ganshani, Visual Studio Team and Paul Thompson.

Post Popular Posts of the Month

Here is the list of very popular posts of the month. Top positions are occupied by Mike James, John Callaham, @identitymine, @debug_mode and Chris Love. The major topics were on “Future of Silverlight”. Read those here:

Daily News Digests of the Week

Here comes the links of Daily News Headline @SilverlightZone. If you missed them earlier, here are those links:

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