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Tamir Khason Just code February 2009 Entries
Finally I can reveal stuff I working for last half year!
A couple of days ago WordFocus exposed one of our (frankly old :) ) WPF prototypes for in-car energy assistant system, so today I can exclusively show you some of screens from this state of art WPF work. Real time performance of WPF touch screen application, running on low power automotive grade PC, which boots faster, then Nokia phone. Huge respect for all developers and P-defs. Click for screenshots and video on my blog >> ......

Posted On Monday, February 16, 2009 7:20 PM

Quick how to: Reduce number of colors programmatically
My colleague just asked me about how to reduce a number of colors in image programmatically. This is very simple task and contains of 3 (or 5) steps. Keep reading in my blog>> ......

Posted On Monday, February 9, 2009 8:49 PM

Math world, simple mental calculations or what’s going on with education?
Today, I want to write blog post which is absolutely not related to programming. It related to math and education in general those days. During work interviews, I see a lot of people, who was absolutely unable to calculate mentally. They just can’t understand, that it’s possible to do without calculators. When my kids (2nd, 6th and 7th grade) were small I taught them to play with numbers, and until 4th grade (bigger kids) they were able do it. but then school teachers “killed” this ability. Why people ......

Posted On Sunday, February 8, 2009 3:09 PM

Bootstrapper for .NET framework version detector
You wrote your .NET program, that can be used as stand alone portable application (such as it should be for Smart Client Apps), however you have to be sure, that necessary prerequisites (such as .NET framework) are installed on client’s machine. What to do? How to detect .NET framework version installed on target machine before running .NET application. The answer is – to use unmanaged C++ bootstrapper, that invoke your application if correct version of framework is installed. Keep reading in my ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 4, 2009 7:23 PM

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