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.NET Framework Library Source Code now available - ScottGu's Blog
Yeah! The source is finally available. See the link below for details. .NET Framework Library Source Code now available - ScottGu's Blog Technorati Tags: .net,debug,news ......

Posted On Thursday, January 17, 2008 1:26 PM

Custom Controls, UI Automation, Double Click and Invoke
Today someone asked me, "How do you cause the double click event to fire in a tree view control using UI Automation"? Good question, and no, I don't have a good answer. Apparently, there isn't a good way to simulate this. In our case, we have a custom user control that is a popup that contains a WPF TreeView control. The user browses through the control until they find the node that they want and then they double click on the control to select the node, which is then raised as an event through the ......

Posted On Friday, January 11, 2008 3:21 PM

The secret to success is work
I'm the Scrum Master on a project at the moment, and sometimes getting people to understand the concept of "Team" is very difficult. We just had a new member added to the team who was also a new hire for the company we're working for. At the beginning of the iteration, he signed up for a full work load, insisting that the holidays wouldn't impact him at all. For the first week, things were o.k. (although he only had 1 day of burn for the five days of work), but then after that, he just disappears! ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 2, 2008 12:25 PM

Robert Jordan is Dead
Technorati Tags: Robert Jordan,The Wheel of Time,reading How very sad. I've been waiting for the last book and knew that he was sick, but just read on the blog today that he didn't make it (yeah, I know, it's only been 3 months, I'm on top of it, really!). His wife did pick someone else to finish the last book, but he's got big shoes to fill. For all of the details and some really cool photos, go here ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 2, 2008 12:13 PM

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