It's been a busy month for me, primarily due to the arrival of our third child (and our first American!) The blog has suffered as a result, but I thought I'd try to make up for it by collating together some of the interesting tidbits that have floated past my inbox over the last week or so. Apologies to anyone who thought I'd fallen off the face of the planet.
I'm taking a few weeks' paternity leave to enjoy our new son - be seeing you around.
Congrats on the child! It's great to see all of this WPF information available. I have a feeling the WPF team is going to get swamped as soon as Vista hits the market. The Vista launch will be the tidal wave event that puts WPF front and center. Let's sync up on projects when you get a chance.
Source code added as requested! http://chriscavanagh.wordpress.com/2006/10/30/wpf-physics-source
Angus, the bulldog has so taken over the house. At least, it's made us more popular with the neighbors.
Are you the proud father of a Vista RTM? :-)
Congrats to you and your (newly extended) family...
Hi Tim, I read some about the "WPF" and would like to know if their is a link to a Graphical block diagram of the interface transfer from the windows program, to the Graphics card. I would also like a recomendation of a source for program liture. Thanks, I think the WPF is just the beginning of fast intergrated interfacing. Note: I would like to know the reasoning behind the "Always connected" to the windows site concept, I can only guess its security... But I can reason that the "always connected" concept is not necessary good for security, and with high speed "updates" are a zip without always being connected to the microsoft site which I see as not only a security problem but may turn out to be a privacy issue... With all due respects. I really would like to see a graphical diagram of the Interface... Thanks again. [ firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Angus, the bulldog has so taken over the house. At least, it's made us more popular with the neighbors
Angus, the bulldog has so taken over the house. At least, it's made us more popular with the neighbors. Agile/Extreme Programming I always appreciate the care Jeremy Miller takes in articulating his points and his latest is no exception. In stating his