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There’s a lot going on in Microsoft right now as we continue to build out the tools, runtimes, technologies and services that will enable great user experiences on the web, on the desktop and on mobile & devices.

Unfortunately, this can mean trying to find information on our UX-related technologies can lead you to a variety of Microsoft and non-Microsoft websites; making it hard to get a quick overview of the technology, download trial/release software and locate learning materials from one location.

So, to make things a little easier I’ve created a page for each of the key UX-related Microsoft product/technology areas that aims to provide a “5 minute guide to…” resource – providing a quick overview and links to online resources that will help you get started as quickly as possible.

Links to each of the pages, covering ASP.NET AJAX, WPF/E, WPF, Windows Live and Expression Studio, are below:

Please let me know if these are useful, or if you come across additional resources/links that should be added to these pages.

Posted by: Andrew Shorten


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