Tim Sneath : Come to a Silverlight Lab in Redmond

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“Come to a Silverlight Lab in Redmond

From time to time, we run development labs in Redmond where folk can bring their applications in and work on them in a secure lab environment, with hands-on support from ourselves and other members of the product group.

pic2 The next one is taking place on three days commencing July 23rd. These are not training labs – there won’t be a full agenda of sessions. Instead, they’re issue resolution labs, this one focused on Silverlight 1.0. We’ll have some early release candidate builds available for testing and porting beta code; you’ll have a private office with multiple machines already set up (plus the ability to bring in your own machines), along with an Internet connection, telephone, and plenty of food and drink available throughout the day. You can work as late as you like – the facility is open until you leave the building. We’ll provide great support and technical assistance – you can have someone sit down alongside you to help you with your questions; if you’ve got a thorny bug, we’ll pull in the relevant folk to diagnose and if necessary, log a bug then and there. It’s a great place to really focus on closing down issues, getting all your questions resolved in a timely fashion, and simply enjoying the leafy ambience of Redmond. We’ll even throw in a visit to the company store and visitor center.

Tim Sneath : Come to a Silverlight Lab in Redmond