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6 Dec 2008   Updated: 6 Dec 2008   Rating: 4.64/5    Votes: 4   Popularity: 2.79
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Desktop Programming
Windows Forms
4 Feb 2005   Updated: 27 Feb 2005   Rating: 4.45/5    Votes: 12   Popularity: 4.63
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Building a UI platform in C#
8 Feb 2005   Updated: 28 Feb 2005   Rating: 3.56/5    Votes: 16   Popularity: 4.28
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The initial architecture for drag and drop takes flight.
5 Dec 2008   Updated: 5 Dec 2008   Rating: 4.67/5    Votes: 59   Popularity: 7.94
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More wild ideas for an even wilder Concept IDE.
10 Oct 2005   Updated: 15 Jun 2006   Rating: 4.33/5    Votes: 47   Popularity: 7.24
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Do you know what IT is? Take the red pill and find out...
Programming Languages
C#
27 Jan 2005   Updated: 9 Feb 2005   Rating: 4.08/5    Votes: 7   Popularity: 3.45
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Describes a testing framework for use with Visual Studio and C#.
24 Feb 2005   Updated: 24 Mar 2005   Rating: 4.58/5    Votes: 25   Popularity: 6.24
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GDI+: Getting control of MeasureString, DrawString and MeasureCharacterRanges.
24 Jan 2005   Updated: 24 Jan 2005   Rating: 4.25/5    Votes: 28   Popularity: 5.95
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A simple source code line counter written in C#.
23 May 2005   Updated: 10 Jun 2005   Rating: 4.78/5    Votes: 122   Popularity: 9.72
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Design concept for a new Visual Studio UI.
16 Feb 2005   Updated: 16 Feb 2005   Rating: 4.00/5    Votes: 3   Popularity: 1.91
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Use TranslateTransform and Clip to effectively paint child controls.
14 Feb 2005   Updated: 3 Mar 2005   Rating: 4.20/5    Votes: 7   Popularity: 3.55
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Describes an implementation of UI animation for the support of Test-Driven Development.
Web Development
ASP.NET
14 Dec 2008   Updated: 14 Dec 2008   Rating: 4.00/5    Votes: 2   Popularity: 1.20
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Tom Ollar
CEO Sagerion, LLC
United States United States
I read About Face by Alan Cooper in 1995 and immediately recognized it as a founding document for the future of software. I also recognized we had a long, long way to go - and yes, even with the advent of iOS, we are still not there yet.

At my company, Sagerion (say-jair-ee-on), we can take a look at your planned or existing software and suggest ways of making it better - lots better. We can develop down-to-the-pixel blueprints showing exactly what our suggestions mean. We can help manage on-going development to make sure the top-notch user-experience we've suggested really does get built. Now, honestly, how often have you ever seen all those things happen?

You may or may not already have great development going on - but what does that matter if you don't have great design driving it?

Feel free to contact me at tom@sagerion.com, I would love to hear about your next ground-breaking project.