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I’m Silverlight Certified!

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For a while now, people ask me what I have been doing. Today I can finally answer: I have been studying for my Silverlight exam and guess what: I passed with a nice 94% result. Because Flash (Mobile) started to bore me I decided to learn a real and mature language that I can use for creating Rich Internet Experiences accessible from web, desktop and mobile. People want to use and experience quality products and services and thanks to my Silverlight knowledgde, I feel I can finally provide clients with everything they need. I worked hard but it was really worth it. If you want to get your Silverlight Certificate just like me, feel free to drop me a comment or send me an email and I’ll hook you up with some tips and study material.


Sorry for those who believed this story, I think I Aprill fooled you on this one :)


Written by vilebody

April 1, 2009 at 1:42 pm

Posted in Silverlight

Flash vs Silverlight 2.0

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Peter Elst just posted a very interested blogpost about an article he read this week in “inside digital media”, talking about Flash and Silverlight 2.0.

“After reading the latest edition of the Dutch “inside digital media” magazine on Flash versus Silverlight I felt compelled to clear up some misconceptions. This is a very interesting topic and it is a must to provide correct information. In this article the information is not really the case.” – Peter Elst

Definately worth reading!

Written by vilebody

September 26, 2008 at 5:36 pm

Posted in Flash, Press, Silverlight