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Building VS.NET Wizards - Part 2

, 30 Jun 2005
With Visual Studio .NET 2003 wizards, you can easily create new skeleton classes. But sometimes, you are implementing some things over and over again, for example, when you are creating test classes for your application. For this, you are required to create new wizards, which fit your needs.


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Michael Groeger
Web Developer Groeger Consulting
Germany Germany
Michael Groeger started .NET early 2001 when it was revealed at the Technical Summit in Neuss, Germany. Before that he was developing mostly using Visual C++ 6 on Windows Platforms or with vi/gc++ on several Unix derivates.
Since 2004 Michael Groeger settled off as freelancer and is focused on projects in the financial and insurance sector.

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