About Me

Hello there! My name’s Robert Iagăr (pronounced … don’t how to spell the pronunciation) and I’m a 19 year old pupil from Arad county, Romania.

I’m a pupil in the twelve grade at “Elena Ghiba Birta” National College (it’s a High School) in the same county. My profile is Mathematics and Informatics, Intensive Informatics (sounds nasty, but I don’t know how else to translate . My passion is programming. Some might say it’s an obsession. You may think what you want as long as you don’t judge me just from this.

I can be a social person as long as I’m in a good environment.

I’ll be finishing High School this year and hopefully go to College where I’ll continue to learn about the fascinating art of programming.

Enough said.

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A site exists but it’s still in construction. You can find somewhere on the right side-bar (not sure). Here’s the link if you don’t find it.

Best regards,
Robert

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Luci
    Jan 07, 2011 @ 17:24:44

    hello. My name is Lucian, I’m from Romania and i am new to wpf. I saw your blog and i need a little bit of help, if you are kind to offer
    I need to make a project for school. I have to animate some lines .
    Let ma explain a little. I must make a line appear and when the line appears, there must be played a sound. So the appearance and the sound must take action, both in the same time.
    Can you please help me with some tips….
    For example, where should i start with this kind of animation, how to put both the animation and the sound….

    Thank you very much and hope you’ll give me a response

    Have a nice day!

    Reply

    • robertiagar
      Jan 07, 2011 @ 18:14:17

      First of all, thanks for your comment. I would advise you to read this post on my blog. I’ve never worked with sound in my .NET experience ever before but right after you begin your storyboard ( (Resources[“Move”] as Storyboard).Begin(); ) add the code to play your sound. Hope this helps. If you have any questions feel free to ask. I’ll help with what I can…

      Reply

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