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Sergey Andreyev worked in the Computer Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences for many years, initially, on systems for applied optimization. Later, he became fascinated by sonogram images. He received a PhD for the thesis "Design of new algorithms and programming systems for speech analysis." He likes to implement new ideas in new areas. He has designed complicated systems for telecommunications, thermodynamics, and analysis of big electricity networks. He has also worked on applications for foreign language studies, and for organizing photo archives. Photography is one of his hobbies. Sergey prefers to work with people who are more talented than he is, and surrounded by thousands of volumes that concentrate the wisdom of the past. Throughout the years he found places to work on his ideas in the USA, Finland, and New Zealand. He likes to travel where the only sign of human existence on Earth is the rare movement of tiny lights across the dark sky.
For CoDe Magazine | July 15, 2008
Windows are moveable and resizable; graphics and controls inside applications are not. The second part of this article explains how to design complex moveable and resizable graphical objects and use moveable and resizable elements in your Windows Forms applications.
For CoDe Magazine | April 8, 2008
In typical modern operating systems and applications, windows are moveable and resizable; graphics and controls inside applications are not. But it doesn't have to be that way.
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