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Posted 17 Oct 2006

A Much Easier to Use ListView

, 8 Nov 2015
.NET ListView maxed out on caffeine, guarana and steroids.



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24 - publicly available Yes 8-Nov-15 8:49 Available Phillip Piper
The article has been approved
23 No 6-Nov-15 16:42 Pending Phillip Piper
Updated to v2.9
22 No 12-Oct-14 1:56 Available Phillip Piper
Updated to v2.8 and added section an how disabled rows were implemented
21 No 22-Feb-14 20:22 Available Phillip Piper
Include release notes for v2.7
20 No 29-Oct-12 23:58 Available Phillip Piper
Updated path to downloadables
19 No 29-Oct-12 23:55 Available Phillip Piper
Updated for 2.6 release
18 No 9-May-12 3:17 Available Phillip Piper
17 No 6-Jul-11 3:18 Available Phillip Piper
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5 No 12-Jun-09 11:41 Composing Deeksha Shenoy
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1 No 12-Dec-08 5:31 Composing Deeksha Shenoy


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Phillip Piper
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Phillip has been playing with computers since the Apple II was the hottest home computer available. He learned the fine art of C programming and Guru meditation on the Amiga.

C# and Python are his languages of choice. Smalltalk is his mentor for simplicity and beauty. C++ is to programming what drills are to visits to the dentist.

He worked for longer than he cares to remember as Lead Programmer and System Architect of the Objective document management system. (

He has lived for 10 years in northern Mozambique, teaching in villages.

He has developed high volume trading software, low volume FX trading software, and is currently working for Atlassian on HipChat.

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