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It's not like the Indie Game section of your Xbox Live marketplace doesn't have fart jokes or dating sims, but what if it had egg timers, maps, and more crap you don't need because it's on your iPhone (or Windows Phone 7, I guess).

Yes, apparently Microsoft is looking for Silverlight developers. What the hell is Silverlight anyways?

You might notice Silverlight being used on the Xbox.com front page. Or maybe you know about Silverlight being used for Windows Phone 7 apps. Either way, Silverlight developers for the Xbox 360 means some of that stuff may be on your dashboard someday. If only we could control exactly what showed up on our dashboards right?

Take this news with a touch of skepticism. Silverlight development on the Xbox 360 could mean other things. Maybe more interactive things that don't require you to leave the dashboard at all. Who knows?

Maybe you'd like to head over to Microsoft's job page and you can apply. Afterwards, tell us what's up. We're too damn curious!

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