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by Vian Esterhuizen

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Shouldn't you be reading something more interesting? :p

Other than hanging out with my cats and flying small airplanes, in my free time I like to work on my fantasy basketball site, XoHoops (if you like a keeper league / simulation-based fantasy basketball site, please join!).

Currently, I'm employed as an engineer developing the Windows app for PlanGrid.

Also, author of WootzJs, a C# to Javascript cross-compiler and ReactiveUI.Fody, a Fody plugin that generates the necessary boiler-plate when using ReactiveUI.

@kirkwoll on Twitter.

I also occasionally blog.


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Thanks, worked great. And I didn't have to buy anything new. :)
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Thanks for the detailed answer. (especially all the links!)
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