Ivo Manolov's Blog

.NET, WPF and Win32 Programming

July, 2010

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    Building Outdoor Pull-Up Bar and Parallel Bars

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    Pull-ups and dips are among the best exercises for the upper body. So,  I have always wanted to build the necessary exercise equipment in my backyard. Our move to San Jose and this excellent article on HowToMatic provided the critical mass to get...
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    Principles 1: The Essence of Driving – A Crash Course in Project Management

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    Series Index Principles 1: The Essence of Driving – A Crash Course in Project Management Principles 2: Principles of Software Testing Principles 3: Principles of Software Development Principles 4: End-to-End Development Process Principles 5: End-to-End...
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    Principles 2: Principles of Software Testing

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    Series Index Principles 1: The Essence of Driving – A Crash Course in Project Management Principles 2: Principles of Software Testing Principles 3: Principles of Software Development Principles 4: End-to-End Development Process Principles 5: End-to-End...
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    Introduction to TestApi – Part 8: Object Comparison API

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    Series Index Overview of TestApi Part 1: Input Injection APIs Part 2: Command-Line Parsing APIs Part 3: Visual Verification APIs Part 4: Combinatorial Variation Generation APIs Part 5: Managed Code Fault Injection APIs Part 6: Text String Generation APIs...
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    Move to California, Principles, etc.

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    A couple of quick announcements… First, about a month ago we moved to California. It was a bit of a bitter-sweet move for us. On one hand, we left behind a lot of good friends and colleagues – it felt like the end of an era. On another, while Seattle...
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    XAML Compliance Suite v1 Released!

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    Lester and his team (the XAML test team) just released v1 of the XAML compliance suite – a set of basic tests that can be used to assess the compliance of any customer XAML parser to the XAML spec. To download the suite, check our Lester��s blog post ...
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