Microsoft lights a fire under Silverlight

Silverlight, our favorite cross-platform development environment, where once we where being led to believe Microsoft would be moving the platform towards the way of other legacy apps, now has its very own PDC day. And not just any PDC day, but a "special" PDC day. With of course it cant be a regular PDC day since the PDC is OVER! This Special PDC day will be a one-day global, live streaming and on-demand event. Be sure to tune in and check out all the after-thoughts on how Microsoft will continue to develop this platform.

After all the hype over dropping Silverlight, we now have a PDC day devoted entirely to Silverlight

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