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Posted 31 Aug 2010


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Building a Multi-Page Image Viewer with ImageGear for Silverlight and Azure

31 Aug 2010CPOL13 min read
This article will provide a quick tour of the ImageGear for Silverlight toolkit while developing a multi-page image viewer, running completely on the client, via managed code. Once the viewer is built, it will be ready for deployment to the Windows Azure Cloud via an Azure Cloud Service project.

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Since early 2007, Casey has been responsible for building Accusoft Pegasus’ Atlanta engineering team. He also contributes to and supervises product design, implementation, quality, and release for several products. In previous positions at Accusoft Pegasus, Casey has contributed to software development, technology integration strategies, development organizational structure, and product architecture. In addition, he has served as a technical lead for Autodesk, working on DWF applications including Autodesk Design Review. Casey earned a Masters in Business Administration with Honors from the University of Tampa, and a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (Magna Cum Laude) from the University of South Florida.

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