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Posted 7 Feb 2013

Data-binding among complex Expressions in C#

, 8 Feb 2013
What could be more preferable than simply stating X = Y in one place then having the rest of the work transparently handled on your behalf? Expression trees were one of the many language features introduced with C# 3.0 way back in 2007.

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3 - publicly available No 8-Feb-13 5:12 Available Sean Ewington
Updates in content.
2 No 7-Feb-13 8:45 Pending Adrian Alexander
Correct article classification and some minor formatting.
1 No 7-Feb-13 7:31 Available Sean Ewington
Updates in content. 276 changes had been made.

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Adrian loves facilitating suave user experiences via the latest and greatest GUI technologies such as Windows 8 Metro-style apps as well as WPF. More generally, he finds joy in architecting software that is easy to comprehend and maintain. He does so by applying design patterns at the top-level, and by incessantly refactoring code at lower levels. He's always interested in hearing about opportunities for full or part-time development work. He resides in Pennsylvania but can potentially travel anywhere in the country. (Writing about himself in the third-person is Adrian's new hobby.)

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