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It was a busy schedule this week and we experienced the latest news in Microsoft front. In BUILD event, Microsoft released Windows 8 Developer Preview, Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview along with .Net 4.5 and Expression Blend 5 Developer Preview. After build session, people started discussing on the future of Silverlight and hence during the week this topic was top demanded.


Top posts were from @JeremyLikness, Scott M. Fulton, @mossyblog, Janvanderhaegen and Jonathan Allen. Find the top 5 posts of the week as well as daily digest links in this post.


Top 5 posts of the Week

There were lots of posts on various blogs, twitters regarding the future of Silverlight. Someone mentioned that Silverlight is dead and someone mentioned that still there is a future of Silverlight. We posted both of those articles in Silverlight-Zone, so that, you can read and analyse various thoughts. From my perspective I will say that, Silverlight was there – Silverlight is here – Silverlight will be there.


Let’s read the top 5 posts of the week, which are all related to Silverlight. Read both positive and negative points and decide. You will see that there are more positive points than the negative ones. Find them here:


Daily News Headline of the Week

We have our daily news archived in a single page. If you missed to read this week's posts, find them here:

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