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Here comes this week’s news digest of This week starting 25th September 2011 to 1st October 2011, we have submitted 69 new article links on various topics like Silverlight, Windows Phone 7, LightSwitch, XAML and Metro.


Though there are various new topics, but still people are worried about the future of Silverlight and hence we noticed a significant hit on those posts. Don’t be panic, this is a cover story now since last three weeks. Read this post to read out the top 5 links.



I have been awarded as Silverlight MVP for the 2nd consecutive year 2011-2012. You can find my last post published yesterday: “Awarded Microsoft MVP (Silverlight) for the Second Time - October 2011” for details. Thanks to all of you for your kind wishes to my Blog, Facebook and Twitter feeds.


Top 5 Posts of the Week

Here comes the top 5 posts of the week which readers viewed most of the time. This time in top 5 section posts placed from Paul Krill, @VikramPendse, @ColinEberhardt, John Davis and Vassil Terziev (@Telerik). Find the list here:

Daily New Headline of the Week

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

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