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Silverlight Mobile with John L Scott Real Estate

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Lennox Scott, Chairman and CEO of John L. Scott Real Estate and Sam Chenaur, Microsoft Platform Strategy Advisor, join me in the studio to talk about Silverlight on the mobile device and it's application in the Real Estate industry.

Sam walks us though a proof of concept (POC) Silverlight mobile app for John L. Scott Real Estate developed by Microsoft partner, Dr. Neil Roodyn, with the assistance of Loke Uei Tan from the Windows Mobile group.

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  • dentakudentaku

    That phone seems kind of slow. You have to wait when you click on something and the scroll doesn't react in real time at all.
    It going to have to work more smoothly than that before people are going to want to use it all the time.

  • dentakudentaku

    That phone seems kind of slow. You have to wait when you click on something and the scroll doesn't react in real time at all.
    It going to have to work more smoothly than that before people are going to want to use it all the time.

  • dentakudentaku

    That phone seems kind of slow. You have to wait when you click on something and the scroll doesn't react in real time at all.
    It going to have to work more smoothly than that before people are going to want to use it all the time.

  • dentakudentaku

    That phone seems kind of slow. You have to wait when you click on something and the scroll doesn't react in real time at all.
    It going to have to work more smoothly than that before people are going to want to use it all the time.

  • Nic Fillinghamnic Easily Distracted

    Yep; hense the "proof of concept" prefix

     

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