For all things Nappy

So a few weeks ago, I started working on this little app as a way for me to start testing out what was available in WPF/E. It’s my take on the traditional rock/paper/scissors game that everyone learned when they were a kid. At some point I want to go back through and clean up some of the code, but for the time being, I don’t have a ton of time to put into a game. You’ll have to excuse the cheesy video clips as I was in a goofy mood the day I filmed:)

Rock Paper Scissors

This was a really fun app to put together to learn what WPF/E is capable of. I have to say, I’m having some fun playing with it, and I have a few more apps that I’ll be working on over the next few weeks. I’ll be releasing a number of things internal to 2 Degrees Consulting as I’ve gotten the go ahead to create some fun stuff for internal consumption on the CTP version of WPF/E with an eye towards the future. So, as I get going I’ll try to continue posting some simple samples and thoughts on what I find possible, useful, or in need of more thought.


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