New blogs


My boss started blogging (where he finds the time I have no idea), so figured I should put a plug in for him <g>: http://www.fernicola.org/loquitor/ . I think this makes me the first WPF blogger to have a blogging boss...


Robbie has also started blogging, he's the guy behind WPF's themes support and all-around good guy for how to make your application look its best: http://www.notstatic.com


I also recently found out the following non-Microsoft people have WPF-related blogs:



(OK, I've been reading Drew's for a while but the others I've only heard about recently.  Good stuff!) 


Comments (5)

  1. bonk says:

    On my pdc05.blog you can find the most complete list of WPF bloggers. Some of them haven't blogged for a long time though ....

    I hope I see you at the PDC. Well I will see you during your session with no doubt ...

  2. Deepak says:

    Nick,

    Title of your blog addresses Avalon as Windows Presentation Foundation, but Pablo Fernicola's blog says Windows Presentation Foundation. I'm a bit confused, which one is right?

    cheers!

  3. Deepak says:

    Sorry Nick, This is what I meant to say in my previous comments. See what happens when you talk to yourself a lot 😉

    Nick,

    Title of your blog addresses Avalon as Windows Presentation Framework, but Pablo Fernicola's blog says Windows Presentation Foundation. I'm a bit confused, which one is right?

    cheers!

  4. Deepak says:

    Sorry Nick, This is what I meant to say in my previous comments. See what happens when you talk to yourself a lot 😉

    Nick,

    Title of your blog addresses Avalon as Windows Presentation Framework, but Pablo Fernicola's blog says Windows Presentation Foundation. I'm a bit confused, which one is right?

    cheers!

  5. bonk> On my pdc05.blog you can find the most bonk> complete list of WPF bloggers.

    Send me please OPML file.

    stels@astral.ntu-kpi.kiev.ua

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