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Interrupting your user

When designing user interfaces a lot of thought needs to go into when you are going to interrupt a user.  I am going to walk you through an example of what not to do.  My example deals with messing around

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.NET 4.0 Dynamic

There is a built in type now in .NET 4.0 called “dynamic.”  Just as its name implied its a lose type, it has an infinite amount of properties and methods…(reminds me of python)  This should not be confused with “var”

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A pessimist is never wrong.

I got into trouble a while back because I wrote a method that does exactly what I said it would do.  Strange huh?  I missed one important step, I trusted that the end user would respect the input requirements of

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