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Codeplex notes facelift for Microsoft Facebook Developers Toolkit

November 3, 2011
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Tweet Facebook Developers Toolkit crumbles to the Facebook C# SDK Facebook Silverlight developers need answers to their questions. Having tamed the basics of Silverlight and actually gotten a game working inside of Facebook, my mission was to enclose the entire game in Silverlight with no php at all. My personal hunt in search for the holy grail of Visual Basic game development had made me weary in my bones eons ago. When I felt it once again at my very fingertips, I felt crushed by the weight of a...

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TweetClean Bridges Microsoft Silverlight and Facebook Canvas Applications

November 2, 2011
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TweetClean (Bob Cristello) bridges the gap between Microsoft Silverlight and Facebook Canvas Applications using Visual Studio 2010. This article is a technical overview. He has developed a Silverlight application that will run within the Facebook Canvas Application model, thus opening the door to Microsoft developers who wish to compete with...

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TweetClean Silverlight: A Second look – Pong

November 1, 2011
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Microsoft Silverlight, the long promised delivery that .NET programmer's programming skillsets could compete with Adobe Flash developers in venues like Facebook. I personally have been waiting since games like Doom swept the marketplace to have my personal skills be able to compete in that venue. Sure, database programming and data mining are incredibly exciting things to tell people you do, but being a game programmer is like being an internet Rockstar these days.

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TweetClean Silverlight WordPress Breakout

October 29, 2011
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I had a blast from the past when I found that I could write Silverlight applications using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. In late 2009, when I began my twitter experience, I also wrote a persistent browser based game (PBBG) that was similar to mafia wars for the Facebook FBML Environment.

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