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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.


One Comment

  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.
    Thank you again for your blog and comments on Mole.
    Karl Shifflett and Team Mole

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