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March 08, 2010

My name is Paul Kimmel. I have been contributing to Dr. Dobb's for about a decade. I also write the VB Today column for for about 11 years now. My day job is Technical evangelist for Develoepr Express. Developer Express makes great software tools, and it is a great place to work. I am a 7 time VB MVP and have been writing books almost as long as I have been writing software. Occasionally people have asked me if I was lucky. My response has always been "you bet".

I like an interactive blogging experience, so if there is something about Windows or Visual Studio that you want to know about, post it on my blog. If it is DevExpress related, then write me at [email protected] If it is a general question or a challenge, then contact me at [email protected]

One of the best things about the work I do (besides meeting great people and learning about great products) is that people ask me questions -- and I get to learn from them.

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