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Hear about the lowest level user interface components (user32, comctl32) that appear in almost every Windows application. Learn about "recent" changes and enhancements in these subsystems, plus be subjected to some philosophical musings on how foreground activation is like love. (No really, it will actually help you write better software.)
Raymond ChenRaymond Chen has been involved in the evolution of Windows for over a decade. He currently works in the Windows User Experience group. He also writes The Old New Thing Web site and TechNet Magazine's Windows Confidential column. He has been called insane by Zack Simpson.
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