A 6-post collection

WPF: A Model First Approach

The usual approach, when building a WPF application, even when using a ViewModel, fact remains that the views are rather tightly coupled by the model you're using.


Resolving types while stripping down nullables

I'm currently working on a WPF project that uses advanced validation for their screens.


Exceptions and the TPL

When an exception occurs while using the TPL, it will always get wrapped with an AggregateException before you can catch and handle it. This makes catching specific exceptions quite bothersome as you're...


WF in WPF: Handing over control to the user

...because delivering an application set in stone doesn't always cut it.


Modal Message Box for WinForms in .NET 2.0+

The other day at work I felt the need to show the user a message, but wanted to do it a bit more fancy than just use the regular, old,...