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Silverlight 1.1 Hebrew and Arabic Language Support

, 31 Jan 2008 Ms-PL
An article presenting Silverlight 1.1 Hebrew and Arabic language support

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Justin-Josef Angel [MVP]
JustinAngel.Net, Senior .Net consultant
Israel Israel
Justin-Josef Angel is a C# Microsoft Most Valuable professional, a Senior .Net consultant in Israel with 4 years of .Net experience and has 8 years of Web experience.
 
Justin's been working this past year on two Enterprise sized Silverlight projects with his customers. During that time he's gained a real-insight into Silverlight's inner workings and how to integrate Silverlight into the real world of software development. Additionally, During that time he's developed a few well-known projects like the "Silverlight 1.0 Javascript Intellisense", "Silverlight 1.1 Hebrew & Arabic Languages support" and a few others you might know.

Justin is also a seasoned presenter with an impressive track-record of talking in front of thousands of people in Israel.
 
Justin owns the first .Net blog written in Hebrew - http://www.JustinAngel.Net .
And he also owns an additional blog with mixed Hebrew & English content - http://blogs.Microsoft.co.il/blogs/JustinAngel.
 
A full list of his articles (all 100+ of them) can be found at: http://www.JustinAngel.Net/#index
 



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