Developer Express components in action...CodeBreeze by SteelBlue Solutions

Thinking Out Loud
13 November 2007

DevConnections was a blast for a number of reasons. Among them was seeing old friends and eating/drinking way too much. Between numerous bottles of Château Lafite and Château Mouton Rothschild - the George Washington era cognac, and some interesting moments at the varying bars throughout the hotel, I had a chance to sit down with MVP Miguel Castro and view a demo of his newly released CodeBreeze product. If you have not yet seen it, you should visit his website at www.steelbluesolutions.com

Miguel used many of our Windows Forms controls within this application and has promised to write a case study describing his product in more detail along with the ways in which our tools were used. For screenshots, visit:

http://www.steelbluesolutions.com/Summary/CodeBreeze/Default.aspx

5 comment(s)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

Miguel's also a great speaker, check out his dnrTV sessions. Being an ASP.NET MVP, he was exicted to see the ASPxGridView and it's amazing performance.

Also the Chateau blah blah was very good. :-)

14 November, 2007
Anonymous
Doug

FYI - when you click on the screen capture they all goto preferences.jpg.

14 November, 2007
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25 November, 2007
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