Visual Basic "Learn" Section of MSDN - Give it a Spin

Visual Basic "Learn" Section of MSDN - Give it a Spin

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The Learn tab of the Visual Basic Developer Center is being updated with a bunch of new content and VS 2008 topics. If you look at the center of the page you'll see the list of topics and when you click one, you should now see some fresh stuff. Currently there's over 200 items presented on the topic pages and we're adding more every week. Right now each of the topics are displayed in a fixed order by content type (i.e. Webcast, Video, Article, Blog, etc.) but we plan on adding a tag cloud for easier navigation and more community features going forward so check back often. You can also subscribe to each of the content sections independently by clicking the RSS icon next to each heading.

Or... if you don't like this view you can write your own query! That's right, these feeds are all dynamic and public. For instance, if you want to see all the Visual Basic items on LINQ:

http://services.community.microsoft.com/feeds/feed/query/tag/linq/eq/tag/visual%20basic/eq/and/locale/en-us/eq/and

Or maybe you want all the videos on data access in VB:

http://services.community.microsoft.com/feeds/feed/query/tag/video/eq/tag/data%20access/eq/and/tag/visual%20basic/eq/and/locale/en-us/eq/and 

Look for more features coming out soon.

Enjoy!

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  • I knew about it. I already have my own home-made RSS reader querying some of microsoft's websites or blogs.

    What can I say...I'm an avid reader!  : )

  • Thank you for the Forms Over Data Series, watched some, manipulated some codes and built my database...THANX... anyway, I was googling resources for counting and iterating database items viewed by the useri and when the form closes these items are displayed for the user(the ones which the user visited/viewed)... could you please tell me where should i look for information on this?

    Thanx 'n advance...

  • Dear Beth Massi,

           I like to say thanks to you for your video series on visual basic windows forms.It's clear and easy to follow & moreover very helpful to understand quickly.You done a great work and i really love your art of work and voice too.Thanks onceagain.

    Rooba

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