Microsoft: The Sound of Code


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The Sound of Code, a new site created using several Microsoft products. Everything from Silverlight, Expression Encoder SDK, .NET Framework and Azure. All part of Microsoft's cloud computing platform. The site took approximately two months to create and came to fruition following a brainstorming session for Microsoft's "Light up your Apps" project and is geared towards encouraging developers to develop for Windows. Check it out and be inspired!

A compilation written by our favorite artists including Silverlight 4, Expression Encoder 3 SDK, .NET Framework and Azure

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