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Skinning a WPF App in Blend

, 23 Jan 2011
Learn how to skin a WPF application in Expression Blend.

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Meshack Musundi
Software Developer
Kenya Kenya
Meshack is an avid programmer with a bias towards WPF and VB.NET. He has about 5 years of programming experience initially starting off with Java before shifting to .NET, thanks to the allure of WPF. He has developed several applications, and written several articles about them, which can be viewed here on CodeProject. He currently resides in a small town in Kiambu county, Kenya.
 
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