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LIDNUG: Q&A With Silverlight Evangelist John Papa
Friday, January 21, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM (PST)
Silverlight Galore! What a treat! John Papa is joining us for a full hour and a half Q&A on Silverlight - if you are into Silverlight this is THE event not to miss!
We've been looking at getting more Silverlight presentations on for LIDNUG and John Papa has stepped up front.
John Papa - Bio:
John Papa is a Sr Technical Evangelist for Microsoft (formerly a Microsoft Silverlight MVP, INETA speaker, and member of the WPF and Silverlight Insiders). He specializes in professional application development with Microsoft technologies including Silverlight, WPF, C#, .NET and SQL Server. John has written over 70 articles and authored 9 books including his latest book Data Driven Services with Silverlight by O’Reilly Media.
He can often be found speaking around the world at industry conferences such as MIX, TechEd, PDC, VSLive and DevConnections, and hosts the popular show Silverlight TV on Channel 9. John also hosts the annual Silverlight MIXer, a gathering of some of the most influential members of the Silverlight community. You can always find John at johnpapa.net.
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