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More articles by Bill Woodruff

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Bill Woodruff took up programming at age 40, worked on the PostScript language, at Cricket, Emerald City, and at Adobe on the Illustrator 3.2 and 5.0 teams, and the Acrobat prototype. He now works with .NET 2.0 and C#, and enjoys playing with the WPF/WinFX technologies. He currently lives in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
For .NET Zone | January 3, 2007
With ClickOnce, Microsoft delivers a client-side application deployment and updating solution that offers a glimpse into the future, where centrally-located and managed applications delivered via the Web don't have to run in interface-challenged browsers.
For .NET Zone | August 18, 2006
Generic dictionaries simplify common tasks, such as coordinating selection between a TreeView and a ListView—but their capabilities extend far beyond that, once you realize you can use DynamicInvoke() to execute delegates stored in the dictionary.
For Editorials and Opinions | June 21, 2006
New vector-based user-interface and control-design technologies promise to let both developers and designers work with vector rather than raster graphics—but will they agree to cooperate in a new, much more interactive, application development process as their tools converge?
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