• Tim Sneath

    The Power of the One Line Demo

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    Sometimes the simplest demos can be the best. Catherine Heller is our team expert on the myriad of new Windows Vista unmanaged APIs, but she also knows how to get people excited about WPF with less than 100 bytes of code. This is what she typed into a...
  • Tim Sneath

    Print Your Outlook Calendar in Style: with WPF...

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    I'm often asked for examples of how Microsoft are using WPF in our own applications. We're building up quite a nice little list of teams who are taking advantage of the technology, but inevitably (and unfortunately) most of them aren't ready for public...
  • Tim Sneath

    WPF State of the Nation

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    We're in the home stretch after five long years of development. As we close in on the RC1 release of WPF, I figured I should put together a few quick notes on where we stand as of today. One of the counter-intuitive things about large-scale software development...
  • Tim Sneath

    Registering as Charles Petzold's #2 Fan

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    I received a box through the internal mail today containing ten copies of Charles Petzold's new WPF book: Applications = Code + Markup . I've barely had time to do more than riffle through the pages, but I'm looking forward to spending time with it. He...
  • Tim Sneath

    A New Look and Feel for Windows?

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    In an attempt to add some light-hearted humour to our series of interviews with the WPF team on Channel 9, I got together with Kevin Moore and Robby Ingebretsen to discuss some of the styles and theming work they've been responsible for. This video was...
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