Are you looking to learn about Silverlight, AJAX, and WPF? If so, use this registration code to save $100 on the registration for Remix 07 in Boston:
Microsoft has made that code available for the speakers to share with anyone who wishes to attend.
What to expect at ReMIX07 Boston …
If you’re in the web business, learn about:
- Building a better user experience to unlock new revenue opportunities
- Forging tighter, stickier customer connections
- Building innovative media experiences into your site
If you’re a web developer, build:
- Silverlight applications quickly and easily
- Sites and applications that consume Windows Live services
- Rich, interactive sites made for the next web
If you’re a web designer, learn about:
- Using Silverlight to design gorgeous and highly functional user interfaces
- How a real-world application is built and the best practices associated with it
- The suite of Expression tools that revolutionize the way designers work with developers
If you attend, regardless of your job role, check out:
- Xbox Gaming Area where you can test your skills at Halo 3 and Guitar Hero among others
- Express Yourself Design Contest where key design agencies compete to solve a real-world design problem
- Stay tuned: We may feature some cool products and demos around XNA, Popfly, Robotics Studio and Surface
Be sure to attend my session at 9:00 on Tuesday where I'll be talking about how we used the Silverlight 1.1 Alpha to put one of the first 1.1 applications into production back in July.
On 7/7/7 for the LiveEarth event, we went live with one of the very first Silverlight 1.1 alpha applications: the Conservation International Carbon Calculator. Through integration with Silverlight 1.1, Virtual Earth, and MOSS 2007, the application walks the user through calculating their own personal or family carbon emissions, and teaches them about the ways they can offset those emissions. In this session, we'll take a developer-focused look at what it took to build this application, what the alpha did well, what challenges we faced, and what we might keep the same or change if we started from scratch today.