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Building VS .NET Wizards - Part 1

, 5 May 2005
Visual Studio .NET already brings us a lot of wizards, to help us create skeleton classes and projects. Developers can extend these templates and even change the existing ones.

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Michael Groeger
Web Developer Groeger Consulting
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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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