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Microsoft's Silverlight development tool may aspire to greater professionalism, but its maker is finding the licensed code habit hard to give up. Microsoft's release of Silverlight 2.0 - a development platform for online multimedia applications - caused a ripple of surprise in the software world, not least because the software giant has made some Silverlight components available under an Open Source license and for developers to share free of charge. As Microsoft keenly points out, though, nobody will get a complete development environment for free.

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Engineering & Technology  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 1 )