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Evolving Windows Forms Event Handling With Loosely Coupled Methods

, 15 Jun 2011
Reduce the exposure of OwnerObject members or resources by interfacing methods to child or sibling objects.
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IAbstract
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Born and raised in Texas. I have been involved in programming since the early days of the Apple II - AppleSoft Basic and assembly were the two languages back then. Since then, I have watched technology evolve; I have watched the languages evolve. Over the last 5 years, I have been programming in .Net, specifically C#.
 
I am currently employed as a software engineer in San Diego, CA.

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