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    .NET Rocks! - WPF Panel Discussion

    Carl and Richard host a panel discussion on Windows Presentation Foundation at DevReach in Sofia Bulgaria. Panelists: Tim Huckaby, Brian Noyes, and Todd Anglin. Chad Hower made a cameo appearance as well.
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        Tim Huckaby is CEO of InterKnowlogy – a custom application development firm comprised of experts in Microsoft .NET, Tools, Servers & Platforms. As a Software Development Lead, Architect, Author, & Speaker, Tim has 25+ years experience including serving on a Microsoft product team as a development lead on an architecture team.

        Brian Noyes is Chief Architect with IDesign, Microsoft’s Regional Director for Virginia and a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). Brian’s latest book is Data Binding with Windows Forms 2.0, for Addison Wesley, and he is working on his next book, Smart Client Deployment with ClickOnce. Brian publishes articles in a variety of publications and speaks at international conferences and events including Microsoft TechEd US, Europe, and Malaysia, Visual Studio Connections, and DevTeach.

        Todd Anglin is an Experts Exchange ASP.NET Master, an active contributor to the ASP.NET community, author of the Telerik Watch blog, and Telerik's Chief Technical Evangelist. Before joining Telerik, Todd worked for a Fortune 200 financial service company and he brings a wealth of experience in building real world applications using the latest Microsoft technologies.
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      Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows XP

        Presentations are played using the Microsoft Windows Media Player.
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