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I started with C# and .NET in 2003. When Silverlight 2 hit the market I took a look at it and never let go again. Now - after two years and more than 500,000 lines of code - I think that I have a good theoretical and pratical understanding of this technology. So I would like to give back something to the community and share some tricks with you. I hope that it helps somebody - like all the interesting articles I read while learning the secrets of Silverlight, C#, .NET ...