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A Silverlight Popfly Mashup Demo Live on SYS-CON.TV

SYS-CON.TV Broadcasts Dave Wolf's AJAXWorld Session as On-Demand Webcast

Today’s Rich Internet Application (RIA) architectures now allow us to distribute the right user experience, to the right form factors and delivery model, from the Web to the desktop. Software As a Service (SAas) has now really become Software And a Service. Reusable business logic and reusable user experience controls are available online through the browser and delivered right to the desktop. Focused, relevant, and reusable, the distributed user experience brings the ROI to RIA. In this session from AJAXWorld 2007 West, Dave Wolf demonstrates the truly distributed user experience.

View Dave Wolf’s Session on SYS-CON.TV Here

Dave Wolf is a vice president of Cynergy Systems. Prior to joining Cynergy, he held senior management positions at several major software firms including Sybase and Microsoft, where he was responsible for the development, marketing, and sales of several enterprise class software products.

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