WPF Styles and Templates – Part I

I originally started out with the intention on describing how to make an image or image and text display in a ComboBox.  As I started writing the article, I realized that instead of making one massive article describing what needs to be done, I would break it down is to functional areas.  – Now, even blogs need to have design documents.  🙂

Read the rest of the article on my blog here: 

http://blogs.windowsclient.net/airborneengineer/default.aspx

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About David Wetzel

A Microsoft Certified senior-level Architect / Developer with 15+ years’ experience specializing in architecting, constructing, and deploying complex, secure, and scalable applications. • Experience in multifaceted business – boxed software, multi-tiered (SOA) systems, multi-threading, network integration utilities, and customized accounting packages. • Proven history using Microsoft’s newest technologies (WCF, WPF, WF, and LINQ). • Solid management skills, demonstrated proficiency in leading and mentoring individuals to maximize levels of productivity. • Strong SQL database background – design, optimization, and administration • Experience mentoring individuals on new technologies and best practices through team presentations, formal lectures, blogs (https://davidwetzel.wordpress.com), and code reviews. Specialties: Currently hold 14 certifications through Microsoft.
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