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European Silverlight Competition: the winners

Last week I announced the winners of the competition I took part in, the Polish competition. Today I just read about the winners of the continental competition on the INETA website (scroll down for the results). The winner is a Reversi game developed by Dejan Anevski from Macedonia, then a Google Earth clone made in Germany by Florian Kruesch and, as 3rd, a Silverlight RSS reader developed by Radenko Zec from Bosnia & Herzegovina. Congratulation to all, and happy MIX-ing to Dejan and Florian, that will be showing their work in a few weeks in Las Vegas....

Silverlight Competition: here are the participants

Even if the Italian edition of the Silverlight INETA challenge was closed for lack of participants I still managed to submit my small Silverlight application: Marcin Celej, the organizer of the Polish edition, invited me to take part in his country's edition, and Jose Luis Latorre, the organizer of the continental competition was very kind to allow this exception to the nationality rule. So I submitted my "proof of concept" to the Polish competition. Unlike Italy, France and the other so-called Western European countries which showed no or very few participants, the Eastern European countries had a lot of submissions. In...

Italian Silverlight Competition: no go

As I said last week, Daniela and I were developing a small application to take part in the Italian and INETA EU Silverlight competition. This morning I tried to upload the ugly proof of concept we came out with, but it was not possible to upload projects any more (probably I misunderstood and the final date was Jan 28th in the morning, and not at midnight). Too bad since I checked yesterday and there was no other application submitted to the contest (actually one, but without the application). But, this post is not about me not being able to take part into...

Today is a good Silverlight day

... at least for me, at least in Italy. First there is the release of the alpha version of the Silverlight 1.1 Tools for Visual Studio 2008 RTM, which allows me to uninstall the beta2 and go with the VS2008 RTM also for testing out Silverlight development. And second the release of the Italian site of the European Silverlight Challenge, which marks also the beginning of the National phase in Italy. The deadline for submitting a Silverlight 1.1 application is January 28th, so I'd better run and work something out with Daniela which is a UIX. The most appealing prize...