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Submission + - WPF & Silverlight at risk from Microsoft's HTM (

mikejuk writes: Is WPF dead? Is Silverlight dead? Will Microsoft embrace and assimilate HTML5?
Rumours are all we have — but they are plausible rumours.
A Twitter exchange with former Silverlight Product Manager Scott Barnes reported by The Register makes the following claims.
There is in-fighting between Microsoft's Developer and Windows teams about the future of WPF, Silverlight and HTML5 as embodied in IE 9.

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WPF & Silverlight at risk from Microsoft's HTM

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