You probably don't even know what Lightswitch is. Neither do I, really, but that doesn't matter when Microsoft turns Sydney's cityscape into such an awesome light show. For those who were curious, Lightswitch is, according to Microsoft, "a simplified self-service development tool that enables you to build business applications quickly and easily for the desktop and cloud". So now you know. [Microsoft via Delimiter]
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