Multi-Touch on Microsoft Surface and Windows 7 for .NET Developers


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Multi-touch is going mainstream as part of Microsoft Surface and Windows 7. Come to this session to learn about how to create innovative new user experiences with touch – and how .NET developers can share code between both of these platforms. You’ll get a deep dive on the new touch capabilities in WPF 4 and the subset in Silverlight 3. You will also see how the unique capabilities of Microsoft Surface take multi-touch to a whole new level.

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