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Treesize Free

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.Net Syntax Box

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Developer Guide

WPF – XAML Data Binding Cheat Sheet

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Website mit PDF

WP7 – Article Index

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WP7 Silverlight for Windows Phone 7

zTOP – zune Top

WP7 - Controls

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Design and Interaction Guide for WP7

UX Guidelines

Window Management


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Uncommon Table Expressions

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Using Common Table Expressions

Manipulating Result Sets

Web File Manager

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Getting things done

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The Science behind Stress-Free Productivity


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.NET Tools

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WPF Application Framework (WAF)

clock November 19, 2011 21:07 by author Administrator

lightweight Framework that helps you to create well structured WPF Applications. It supports you in applying a Layered Architecture and the Model-View-ViewModel (aka MVVM, M-V-VM, PresentationModel) pattern.


Understanding Memory

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Win7– Command prompt here

clock November 16, 2011 05:10 by author Administrator

The command prompt here power toy was a feature that a lot of users requested be built-in to Windows 7. Microsoft listened, and added it to a secondary context menu.
By holding shift and right-clicking a folder, you'll see additional commands not listed on the standard menu, such as open in new process, copy as path, and open command window here. Suppose you need a command window with elevated privileges. Then what?
In Windows Vista, it could be done through the start menu by typing cmd into the search box and holding shift+control and hitting enter. This works in Windows 7 as well.
Combine the two, and you've got a right-click elevated command window shortcut: shfit+control+right click on a folder and choose open command window. Check your title bar: if it starts with Administrator, you're set!


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Flexible Data Access with LINQ to SQL and EF

clock November 13, 2011 01:08 by author Administrator

Article and Code

WP7 – Creating a Mango App

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