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Building Intelligent .NET Applications

Xenopax Re:I thought there might actually be some discussi (213 comments)

I find it much easier to design an interface using the click-and-drag method rather than the code-by-hand-then-reload-the-page-to-see-what-it-l ooks-like method. After I get what I want I go through and change all my properties, then I start putting in the code behind the page elements.

I'm sure you enjoy compiling everytime you need to make a visual change just to test it, I can assure you that I don't.

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Knee Surgery

Xenopax Xenopax writes  |  more than 11 years ago

A fairly major event happens to me in a few hours: I'm getting my ACL reconstructed. Not sure why I'm telling my journal this, maybe because I have a little time to kill before my mom picks me up to take me to the hospital.

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