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Keboo/README.md

About Me

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I am a Christian, C# and XAML enthusiast, Microsoft MVP (2019-present), and GitKraken Amabasador.

Current Projects

I am the maintainer of several open source projects including MaterialDesignInXaml and Moq.AutoMocker. I am also the author of several open source projects including AutoDI, ShowMeTheXAML, and XAMLTest.

I also contribute to System.CommandLine.

Streaming and Social

I enjoy teaching others to code, and often live stream my works on open source projects. you can find me at my various social links below.

Twitch: https://twitch.keboo.dev

YouTube: https://youtube.keboo.dev

Blog: https://blog.keboo.dev

Twitter: https://twitter.keboo.dev

GitHub: https://github.keboo.dev

Pinned

  1. Google's Material Design in XAML & WPF, for C# & VB.Net.

    C# 12.4k 3k

  2. A collection of small samples using MaterialDesignInXaml.

    C# 327 129

  3. Command line parsing, invocation, and rendering of terminal output.

    C# 2.8k 314

  4. A WPF component making it easy to show the corresponding XAML for WPF custom styles and controls

    C# 160 23

  5. An auto-mocking IoC container for Moq

    C# 266 49

  6. XAMLTest Public

    A purpose build library for testing XAML styles and templates in isolation.

    C# 25 8

1,551 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

July 2022

Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
MaterialDesignInXAML/MaterialDesignInXamlToolkit 1 pull request

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