Monday, August 10, 2009

There is a lot of developer interest in Silverlight 2.0. you can see that a number of very smart people have been using the facility to draw attention to their Silverlight work.

Many have started to take an interest in Silverlight, and though the applications currently working on do not really apply, I expect that at some point in the not-too-distant future will have some that do. So, we want to devote a small portion of my available "study time" to Silverlight as it evolves.

One thing I would like to do with a new programming medium is to look at its graphics capabilities. Since Silverlight does not support bitmap graphics but rather works with vector graphics, this requires a bit of a mind-shift for those fractal geometry types who like to play with imaginary numbers on the complex plane.