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Posted 17 Dec 2008

Creating an Internationalized Wizard in WPF

, , 17 Dec 2008 CPOL
Reviews a localizable WPF Wizard user interface written in both C# and VB.NET.

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Josh Smith
Software Developer (Senior) Cynergy Systems
United States United States
Josh creates software, for iOS and Windows.

He works at Cynergy Systems as a Senior Experience Developer.

Read his iOS Programming for .NET Developers[^] book to learn how to write iPhone and iPad apps by leveraging your existing .NET skills.

Use his Master WPF[^] app on your iPhone to sharpen your WPF skills on the go.

Check out his Advanced MVVM[^] book.

Visit his WPF blog[^] or stop by his iOS blog[^].

Karl Shifflett
Architect Infragistics
United States United States

I’m a passionate Platform Architect at Infragistics.


I’m a long-time WPF-Prism fanatic who enjoys writing developer tools and line of business applications.


My current front end passions are: XAML platforms (Xamarin.Forms, Xamarin, UWP, and WPF), Electron, ES2015 (ES6), Node.js, Aurelia, and AngularJS (Angular 1.5.x).


For the back end I use what is appropriate for the project: SQL Server and ASP.NET WebAPI, MongoDB, Express, Azure, Firebase, etc.


I am very pragmatic software engineer and strive to write simple, maintainable, and testable code. Simple code allows for solving complex problems in a maintainable way.


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