Peter pays a final visit to the WCF 4.5 WebSockets implementation to take advantage of the WebSocketService class and build a service in six lines of code (not counting configuration and client-side code, of course).
External templates allow you to reduce the code in your main HTML page, and reuse it in multiple places.
Many developers are worried about the compatibility of Silverlight with Metro-style applications. This project shows that those fears are overblown.
The default ToString() is boring and uninformative: you should work on creating your own overrides for your own classes.
Visual Basic development in Visual Studio 11 offers asynchronous methods, iterators, call hierarchy, the Global keyword and Windows 8 Metro-based applications.