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Windows Forms key processing

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If I had to name one thing in .NET that is very difficult to grasp, I would name Windows Forms key processing. There are so many methods involved it is very difficult to determine which method to overload and what to do. The newsgroup post Key Event Processing in Windows Forms provides a great ov...

October 19, 2005

C# 2.0 starter

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I know that the article Create Elegant Code with Anonymous Methods, Iterators, and Partical Classes is an oldie, but it still provides a comprehensive overview on what C# 2.0 really adds for the daily developer. It is written by Juval Lowy, one of Microsoft’s Software Legends which I met once at ...

October 12, 2005

Lead Enterprise Architect Program

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Me and some of my fellow collegues have been selected to join Microsoft’s Lead Enterprise Architect Program (LEAP). Today, we received access to a dedicated portal that is used to keep us up to date on the program’s presentations, reading materials, preparation guides, etc, and boy we have lots t...

October 11, 2005

Golf clinic

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Yesterday evening we had a company Golf clinic together with some of the employees of one of our customers. Octavie van Haaften, a collegue of mine, shot some snapshots and even recorded a short video of me while in action at the driving range. Check it out…

October 11, 2005

The Matrix meets The Sims

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I know this has nothing to do with .NET, but still I wanted to share this brilliant piece of artwork to you. April Hoffmann decided to take the ideas of The Matrix to The Sims and make a series of movies out it. I love the idea…… check it out.

October 4, 2005