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  • Blog Post: Most frequently requested Visual Studio resources

    In this post, I share some of my favourite and most requested links for Visual Studio resources. I taught developer courses for a number of years, and there were certain questions and requests that came up on a regular basis. In this post, I’ve compiled some of the most common requests I received from...
  • Blog Post: Do You Code in Visual Basic?

    In my capacity as a developer evangelist for Microsoft, I’ve posted mostly C# code. I find that languages like Python and Ruby are very good not just as languages for production code, but also as great prototyping or “sketching out an idea” languages, and since Microsoft makes IronPython and IronRuby...
  • Blog Post: Upgrading your solution from VB6 to VB.NET

    There are a lot of applications out there today that were built using Visual Basic 6, Microsoft’s last version of Visual Basic before we released the .NET framework.  In fact, there are several companies that still use VB6 as a development platform for their solutions.  While there are many...
  • Blog Post: The Six Stages of .NET Conversion (for VB6 Developers)

    The following post has been contributed by Bruce Johnson a Principal Consultant with ObjectSharp . For developers, the move from VB6 to VB.NET (or any .NET language) is much more of a mental one than anything else. The syntax of VB.NET is sufficiently familiar to avoid syntax overload. But the functional...
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