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Dec 10 2007   9:37AM GMT

Silverlight 2.0 and the Carbon Calculator



Posted by: Brian Eastwood
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Silverlight 2.0 may only be in alpha, but that didn’t stop Applied Information Sciences from using it to build the Carbon Calculator, an application that the group Conservation International rolled out for this year’s Live Earth event.

Pete Brown, lead architect and project manager at AIS, recently chatted with SearchWinDevelopment.com editor Brian Eastwood about how he and colleague Steve Suing used MOSS 2007 and Silverlight 2.0 (then known as Silverlight 1.1) to build the Carbon Calculator.Pete Brown, lead architect and project manager at AIS, recently chatted with SearchWinDevelopment.com editor Brian Eastwood about how he and colleague Steve Suing used MOSS 2007 and Silverlight 2.0 (then known as Silverlight 1.1) to build the Carbon Calculator.

We recorded our interview with Brown as a podcast, the link to which appears below.

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  • Brian Eastwood
    [...] out the podcast here. Thanks Brian! Share this post: Email it! | bookmark it! | digg it! | reddit! Posted: Monday, December 10, 2007 10:38 AM by Psychlist1972 Filed under: .NET, Silverlight,Events, Remix07Boston [...]
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    Thanks Brian. I really enjoyed our conversation. The URL to the "usercontrols as screens" blog post is included here: http://community.irritatedvowel.com/blogs/pete_browns_blog/archive/2007/10/16/UserControls-as-Screens-in-Silverlight-1.1-_2D00_-Part-2-of-2-.aspx My blog is http://community.irritatedvowel.com/blogs/pete_browns_blog/default.aspx Pete
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