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Spice Up User Experience with Silverlight

Edream Solutions' Sue Googe to Present at SYS-CON's AJAXWorld RIA Conference & Expo, Oct. 20-22, in San Jose, CA

Microsoft introduced Silverlight as cross-platform, cross-browser next generation RIA solution. This session will use real world implementations to show you how to build a Silverlight application from start to finish, as well overall strategy why we should or shouldn't use Silverlight. No matter whether you have LAMP, ASP.NET or Java Web application, you can take advantage of Silverlight to impress your user with the "Wow" effects.

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Speaker Bio: Sue Googe is a UI Architect with Edream Solutions. She has had a great passion for Web development since 1998 and specializes in creating visually appealing, highly usable yet extensible and maintainable Web applications using the latest Microsoft technologies. Googe balances business requirements, user experience, technologies, talent management and cost control in a holistic harmonious way that leads to a successful project. She is a frequent speaker at Code Camps and technical conferences.

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