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Having Fun with Coding4Fun’s Windows Phone 7 Controls

, 11 Mar 2011 CPOL
A look at the new Windows Phone 7 controls by Coding4Fun
Coding4FunWP7.zip
Coding4FunWP7
Coding4FunWP7.5.1.ReSharper.user
Coding4FunWP7.suo
Coding4FunWP7
ApplicationIcon.png
Background.png
Coding4FunWP7.csproj.user
SplashScreenImage.jpg
Bin
Debug
ApplicationIcon.png
Background.png
Coding4Fun.Phone.Controls.dll
Coding4Fun.Phone.Controls.Toolkit.dll
Coding4Fun.Phone.Site.Controls.dll
Coding4FunWP7.dll
Coding4FunWP7.xap
Microsoft.Phone.Controls.Toolkit.dll
Properties
_ReSharper.Coding4FunWP7
SymbolCache.bin
BuildScriptCache
.crc
.version
8
64f5c023.dat
NamedArguments
.crc
.version
5
c09e3ef.dat
PdbInfo
39c3701ff06f02137dcae722209d488f328398bf
a9a355d5d7313f0e1d10db6a112830540afd0bba
ProjectModel
ProjectModel.dat
Resources
.crc
.version
TagPrefixes
.crc
.version
TodoCache
.crc
.version
8
249bd93b.dat
WebsiteFileReferences
.crc
.version
WordIndex
.crc
.version
5
c09e3ef.dat

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mbcrump
Software Developer (Senior) Telerik
United States United States
Michael Crump is a Silverlight MVP and MCPD that has been involved with computers in one way or another for as long as he can remember, but started professionally in 2002. After spending years working as a systems administrator/tech support analyst, Michael branched out and started developing internal utilities that automated repetitive tasks and freed up full-time employees. From there, he was offered a job working at McKesson corporation and has been working with some form of .NET and VB/C# since 2003.
 
He has worked at Fortune 500 companies where he gained experience in embedded systems design and software development to systems administration and database programming, and everything in between.
 
His primary focus right now is developing healthcare software solutions using Microsoft .NET technologies. He prefers building infrastructure components, reusable shared libraries and helping companies define, develop and automate process standards and guidelines.
 
You can read his blog at: MichaelCrump.net or follow him on Twitter at @mbcrump.
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