WPF Chart Control (from the perspective of summer interns)

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Dr Sneath introduces us to two interns who’ve spent the summer embedded in the WPF team. They talk briefly about their experiences of Microsoft and show us a charting control for WPF that they wrote to use the data binding, templating and custom control functionality.

(apparently, the interns were so stressed out(interns work hard!) that they got their angst out on a 9 Guy! Smiley)

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    Minh
    Not sure why the image of this video, as viewed from the main page (http://channel9.msdn.com/) doesn't have a hyperlink associated with it.
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    Charles
    Minh wrote:
    Not sure why the image of this video, as viewed from the main page (http://channel9.msdn.com/) doesn't have a hyperlink associated with it.


    What do you mean?
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    Minh
     Didn't the mouse icon used to be the pointy finger been you hover over the large pic?(its entirely possible that I imagined the whole thing)
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    Charles
    Minh wrote:
     Didn't the mouse icon used to be the pointy finger been you hover over the large pic?(its entirely possible that I imagined the whole thing)



    It still is... I'm running IE 7 on Vista RC1 and it behaves just as it did in IE 6 on XPSP2.
    C
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    Minh
    Charles wrote:
    
    Minh wrote:  Didn't the mouse icon used to be the pointy finger been you hover over the large pic?(its entirely possible that I imagined the whole thing)



    It still is... I'm running IE 7 on Vista RC1 and it behaves just as it did in IE 6 on XPSP2.
    C
    Aahh... then you already know it doesn't act that way w/ FireFox.
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    ned
    So where's the code?

    I've been waiting for this for weeks--no months!
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    Okoboji
    ned wrote:
    So where's the code?
    I'm working to make the control public, but I want to make sure it's all best practices. Watch my blog for updates.
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    mtimdog
    Did the code ever get scrubbed and posted?
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    reinux
    Oh yeah, the Kevin Button...

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