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  • Our applications featured in the WPF Showcase!

    We are very proud, that not just one, but two of our WPF applications are featured in Microsoft's official WPF Showcase presentation. One of them is the Innovation award winner "Művész", (also featured as the first ever case study in The Architecture Journal) the other is our Organization Chart viewer. Thanks to Jaime Rodriguez
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Mon, Aug 18 2008
  • Calculator outside the box

    I love outside-the-box thinking. Heck, even my company 's logo is based on a classic out-of-the-box puzzle. I encourage out-of-the-box thinking with myself and my employees. When we're stuck with a problem or we feel as if we reached a dead-end, we always ask: what is the box I am in that I cannot see? What, seemingly evident presumptions got
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Fri, Aug 15 2008
  • Silverlight Olympics

    Being a WPF, Silverlight and User Experience blog, I must write about the www.nbcolympics.com project. This is the most ambitious Silverlight project ever (ok, so far), and I am very excited about it. On the other hand, being a Hungarian I am very disappointed. None of the videos (apart from the ads) are available outside the US. While I understand
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Tue, Aug 12 2008
  • .Net Fw 3.5 SP1 and VS 2008 SP1 released!

    Although Aghy beat me to it, let me also write some about the new .net Framework and VS versions just released. This Service Pack should really have been called .net 3.6, as apart from bug fixes and performance improvements, it brings a lot of new features to the table. Let's see what these are: Visual Studio 2008 SP1: Improved WPF designers SQL
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Tue, Aug 12 2008
  • Matthew Paul Thomas: Why Free Software has poor usability

    Matthew rarely speaks, but when he does, we should listen. His latest article, " Why Free Software has poor usability, and how to improve it " is a real gem. Most of the things he talks about is not only applicable to free software, but to any software driven by technical people. I tend to agree with most of his posts, except when he says
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Tue, Aug 5 2008
  • The importance and challenge of User Experience

    Note: This post contains bits and pieces from my class at the Hungarian Architecture Academy on User Experience and various other speeches. Last year, I had the privilege of having lunch with Tim O'Brien, director of Platform Strategy Group at Microsoft. It has been a very interesting and defining experience for me and my friends. For me, the most
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Fri, Jul 25 2008
  • WPF and Silverlight in the elevator

    I often find myself in the situation where I have to explain in 2 sentences what WPF and Silverlight is. Now, this is a very tricky question, especially if the person asking about these fine technologies is not a technical mind. Yeah, the official definition is that they are Microsoft's next generation UI stack for the desktop and the web, blablabla
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Mon, Jul 21 2008
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    Once upon a time, with three friends from the industry, we have decided to start a new blog together. We decided to call our new home in cyberspace "Dotneteers". So, here's my obligatory introduction post. My name is András Velvárt, and I am the owner, architect, lead developer of a small software developer company called
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Fri, Jul 18 2008
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