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Nicholas Cole says:

Mike, i was in your session today and i wanted to say thank you for sharing your experiences at codestock 2011. i felt like someone you where describing in your talk when you mentioned enthusiastic and eager to get started for business.

It was good listening to some of the pitfalls that can come up. i just wanted to say thank you for sharing and i wish you well in all that you do.

thank you

Nicholas,
Thank you for your comments. There was a lot more information than could be shared in an hour. If there’s anything I can do to help as you get started, let me know.

Doug Paice says:

Hi Mike, thanks for the answer on stackoverflow about using the attached behaviors, very helpful.

You mentioned that you’d used that approach for different keyboards and that’s what I’m doing with my app. Would you mind if I asked you a few questions about that? initially it would be: what keyboard are you using? WPF, external, rolled your own? Did you hide the keyboard on lost focus? If so how did you handle the switching between 2 controls and the event sequence? I’m planning on use reactive extensions to cope with that bit, throttling the rate the events come through.

My email address is doug.paice@baralong.org if you don’t mind the questions

Thanks again,
Doug

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