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If you want to illustrate your skillset, post decent articles here and cite them during an interview. Your app doesn't have to be ground-breaking, but must illustrate a solid understand of what you're doing, and why you're doing it the way you're doing it.

One way to accomplish this is to find an application, and duplicate it to the extent possible. I do this all the time to learn new frameworks and different languages. For instance, to teach myself C# and .Net, I wrote his application:

Anagrams - A Word Game in C#[^]

Later on, I had to learn WPF for a project at work, so I rewrote the app cited above:

Anagrams2 - A Simple WPF Game Application[^]
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