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Desktop Programming
MFC
5 Oct 2002   Updated: 9 Oct 2002   Rating: 4.74/5    Votes: 13   Popularity: 5.28
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Function to determine if a file name is valid.
19 Jun 2003   Updated: 16 Jan 2007   Rating: 4.56/5    Votes: 23   Popularity: 6.03
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An article on a time zone class and time zone data.
Windows Forms
3 Oct 2005   Updated: 6 Nov 2009   Rating: 4.83/5    Votes: 59   Popularity: 8.52
Licence: CPOL    Views: 212,387     Bookmarked: 121   Downloaded: 4,949
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A Most Recently Used files class for .NET 2.0 in C#
Multimedia
GDI+
20 Jan 2003   Updated: 6 Sep 2004   Rating: 4.84/5    Votes: 75   Popularity: 8.90
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A class to facilitate loading JPG and PNG files from resources using GDI+
Programming Languages
C#
16 Jul 2003   Updated: 13 Nov 2007   Rating: 4.29/5    Votes: 26   Popularity: 5.84
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A Most Recently Used files class, in C#.

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Joe is one of those software engineers with a film degree. His first paid programming job (you think film is a good way to make a living?) was writing games for Apple II's using 6502 assembly. He soon moved to 80x86 assembly, C, C++ (for a long time), C# and then back to C++ with occasional dabbling in C#, Python and other vile languages.

He first wrote software for Windows 3.0 in 1990. Save for some work in Linux, DOS and a mercifully brief foray into OS/2, he has concentrated on designing and writing software for all versions and types of Windows except RT.