I am currently employed, developing the graphical and technical support code for business suite software. I've developed quite a bit in WPF and believe I'm quickly approaching advanced in the platform. I've also developed for Winforms and MFC.
I have experience in C++, VisualBasic.NET, C++/CLI, C#, and COBOL.
I'm visually oriented, and my specialty has always been developing quality abstract GUI and data layers first before linking them together, which is why I hit off with WPF quickly. I have a good feel for how to develop with a user mindset, predicting where people will look for what features. I'd like to avoid the buzzword intuitive here, but it's exactly that. I know well how to develop intuitive UI.
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