Microsoft Silverlight Training

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Microsoft Silverlight Training Broadens Your Skill Set

With Microsoft Silverlight, Developers Can Stream Videos And Graphics

For those who would like to make themselves more marketable to employers in the tech sector, a Microsoft Silverlight training course can be exactly what they are looking for.

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Microsoft Silverlight

is a powerful development environment that allows programmers to create rich multimedia displays, and then stream to readers and followers via the web and mobile platforms like Windows Phone and iPhone. Microsoft Silverlight training will teach developers and web programmers the basics of creating dynamic web pages that are interesting and interactive for users. One of the greatest testaments to the power of Silverlight is the prominence of the some of the organizations that use it: Much of the opening ceremony for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing was streamed using a platform developed in Silverlight, for example.

With Microsoft Silverlight training, developers won’t have to limit themselves to any sort of content: only graphics, or only video, or only animations, for instance. Silverlight permits web developers to integrate all of these things into a single web page, and allows them to do by using only one development environment. It also supports a variety of mark-up languages, making it a highly useful tool for those who already have some background in web development or graphic design. And best of all, Silverlight will continue to be a handy tool for years to come. Microsoft first released it more than five years ago, and has updated it repeatedly since then, most recently in May 2012, so Microsoft Silverlight Training is certain to pay dividends well into the future.

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