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Desktop Programming
MFC
Posted: 6 Oct 2001   Updated: 19 Oct 2001   Views: 363,586   Rating: 4.88/5    Votes: 43   Popularity: 7.98
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 125   Downloaded: 12,049
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A CTabCtrl control to switch comfortably between MDI views
WPF
Posted: 21 May 2007   Updated: 13 Jun 2007   Views: 191,616   Rating: 4.99/5    Votes: 35   Popularity: 7.50
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 110   Downloaded: 5,681
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A fast and smooth WPF viewer for graphs layouted by GraphViz (Dot)
Programming Languages
C#
Posted: 9 Mar 2002   Updated: 9 Mar 2002   Views: 137,916   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 8   Popularity: 4.52
Licence: Custom License      Bookmarked: 33   Downloaded: 1,017
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Strange errors I experienced which led me to a major bug in the UdpClient implementation
Posted: 18 Dec 2009   Updated: 18 Dec 2009   Views: 20,891   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 1   Popularity: 0.00
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 15   Downloaded: 350
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Helper class for easy retrieving of assembly attributes.
Web Development
HTML
Posted: 11 Dec 1999   Updated: 27 Jan 2015   Views: 141,874   Rating: 4.90/5    Votes: 34   Popularity: 7.17
Licence: A Public Domain dedication      Bookmarked: 77   Downloaded: 4,648
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A class that provides simple color manipulation in RGB and HLS space

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Christian Rodemeyer
Software Developer
Germany Germany
I'm developing for fun since 1985, starting with UCSD Pascal on some old machines (no hard disk, but four floppies!), then moving quickly on to assembler on the famous C64 and Amiga. During university I started professional development for Windows/Unix/Linux, using a myriad of languages (Pi, Assembler (6502, 68000, 80386/486), Cobol, Modula2, Prolog, OML, C, C++, C#, Java, Scala, Groovy, Clojure, VB, Eiffel, Delphi, Perl, Pascal, Javascript). Currently my favorite languages are Clojure, Ruby and modern Javascript.