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A Lightweight FileTreeView with MultiSelect

, 3 Apr 2010 CPOL
A lightweight event driven control with minimal recursion and no manual tracking of selected items
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Greg Burman
Software Developer Serexx Ltd.
Canada Canada
In '97 or so I started fiddling around with this new thing called the Internet. Mistake.

I blinked and found myself in 2000 ditching my Accounting designation and starting to write code for a living - mostly ASP Classic back then along with some C++ and a little assembler, PHP, Perl/CGI (ouch) and of course Javascript and most of the other web-side tools.

With v3.0 .Net finally became something I couldn't ignore and so here I am still coding - WinForm, ADO, SQL, .Net, and WPF shortly, no doubt to be followed by Silverlight and maybe some MVC.

"Teach me, learn or get out of the way."

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