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Once again, I’ve been assuming that everyone in the WPF community already knows what I know. Funny thing is, I haven’t seen heavy coverage for Woodstock and Mole. Put simply, if you are developing in WPF, you owe it yourself to go right now and download Mole. For a little background, Mole is the successor of Woodstock, which is the spiritual successor to Snoop. For an understanding of Snoop, think UISpy or Spy++ for WPF. Now take Snoop and turn it into a Visual Studio debugger visualizer so you can drill into your visual tree on a breakpoint, and you have Woodstock.

Now take Woodstock and put it on steroids, and you have Mole. Like I said, you owe it to yourself to get it NOW.

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  1. Thank you for the press on Mole!  I agree with you about getting the word out.  Not sure of the best way to do this.  I thank the two Microsoft bloggers, you and other blogers for their press.
     
    I wanted to write an article for MSDN Mag, but they don\’t take submissions unless they own everything.  We wanted Mole to be available to the world have a place to post new releases, etc. 
     
    The response we have recevied so far is WAY MORE than I ever anticipated.  Thousands of downloads.  (lots of downloads from Poland and some from South America)
     
    This is why I set up and polished Mole\’s Home Page and set up an email account today just for Mole.  molefeedback@yahoo.com
     
    Thank you again for your blog and comments on Mole.
     
     
    Cheers,
     
    Karl Shifflett and Team Mole
     


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