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Posted 26 May 2007

SilverLight Introduction

, 26 May 2007
Tinkering with SilverLight to get a 3D scene rendered in the Browser.
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About the Author

Architect GE India Innovation Center
India India
Suchit is an Architect at GE India Innovation Center, Hyderabad.

He architected and developed portions of Proficy RX, a Process Analytical Technology (PAT) Solution of GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms.

He also is the Architect of OPC Server for hardware devices of GE Sensing. These devices sense temperature, humidity, combustibles, fluid flow, pressure and various engineering parameters - primarily used in Industrial Automation & Process Control applications.

Interests: Computer Graphics, Mathematical Modeling, Scientific Applications Development.

He lives in Hyderabad India with his wife and 2 kidbots. Loves reading books if these 2 small buddies allow him to. Smile | :)

Homepage : http://www.Suchit-Tiwari.Org

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