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Lessons Learned in Personal Web Page Part 1: Dynamic XAML

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In this new series, Jeremy Likness will talk about his experience in rewriting his personal web page and he starts with some of the dynamic content.

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Recently I undertook the effort to rewrite my personal web page for a few reasons. I always like side projects for learning so I wanted to explore some "fun" ideas such as three dimensional objects and plasma (I blogged about those here) but also some more practical ideas like dynamic content and custom list boxes. In future posts with this series I'll be covering:

  • "The Matrix Effect" from my Blog tab
  • The custom panel I used for the list box in my Projects tab
  • Fun with physics in my Twitter tab


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