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Corner Bowl Popup Help Control

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16 Nov 2010Ms-PL
Provides a simple icon users can easily identify as a help provider. Once a user moves their mouse over the icon, a visually pleasing popup window displays context sensitive help that remains visible until they choose to close the view.




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Michael Janulaitis
United States United States
I am a self taught developer that has been developing both backend and frontend Windows applications since the early 1990s. I started out working for Intel as a C/C++ developer in their network management software division located here in Utah. After 3 years I left the large corporate environment to work with a startup company called emWare which developed device management software. While at emWare I worked on low level multi-threaded client/server code written in C/C++ and Java as well as many frontend MFC and later C# applications. In 2006 I started my own software company called Corner Bowl Software which provided enterprise class systems management software. In 2012 I was approached by another software company to purchase Corner Bowl Software; which I sold. I have since started a new company called Upper Setting that provides several client/server application framework SDKs and software consulting services.

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