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Silverlight Tour Vancouver in July

Posted By: pluginbaby     Posted Date: May 22, 2011    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Silverlight Tour Vancouver

The Silverlight Tour is coming back to Vancouver this summer, come and learn top Silverlight 5 content from true experts!!!

  • What: Silverlight training
  • When: July 05-08 (4 days)
  • Where: Vancouver, BC
  • Registration/info: http://www.runatserver.com/SilverlightTraining.aspx

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