A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, Daniel developed cool interactive creations with Flash, and then moved to Java. These days Daniel is very much hooked on .Net. He is into AI and grid computing and continues to look into ways to apply these to WPF. He is inspired by user interface technologies and approaches that reach beyond the status quo.
Daniel likes to share his ideas with the rest of the world on codeproject.com. The Code Project awarded him the grand prize for its biggest competition ever for his article Legion, a grid computing framework using Silverlight and WPF. Code Project also awarded Daniel the MVP title for 2008. Daniel promotes logging, and believes that logging is an essential development tool; especially useful in concurrent programming. Daniel is the author of Clog, a client Logging framework for WPF and Silverlight. When not doing .Net, Daniel likes to explore Switzerland with his lovely wife Katerina (but secretly still does WPF in his head).
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