New Learning Resources on the Visual Basic Developer Center (Beth Massi)

New Learning Resources on the Visual Basic Developer Center (Beth Massi)

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Today we revamped some of the Visual Basic Developer Center Learn pages with more content that allows you to pivot on more fine-grained topics and tasks related to Visual Basic programming. We’ve started with the Introductory Topics and Language Syntax pages. To get there, head to http://msdn.com/vbasic and then click the Learn tab. There you will see a set of general topic areas to explore.

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If you select Introductory Topics or Language Syntax you will be taken to a new set of pages that lets you browse on more sub-topics and tasks. Select a topic from the list on the left and the content will change on the right. I’ve collected a good set of content from a variety of sources like the MSDN library, blogs, How Do I videos, and other learning sites. Hopefully this organization makes it easier for you to find what you need no matter what type of content you’re looking for be that a video, article, blog, webcast, etc. However, if you still like to see, say, all the videos or articles related to that section, you can select the icons on the right-rail.

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I’ll be working on this type of structure for the rest of these pages and will release them as I finish each one. It takes a while to categorize all the content I want so I rather release them section by section – obviously you can do a ton of stuff with Visual Basic so these pages will be constantly updated with new topics.

Am I missing a topic you want to see? Please send me feedback by making a comment on my blog or send me an email.

Happy Learning!
-Beth Massi, Visual Studio Community

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  • 2010 is the year when Microsoft Press will demonstrate whether VB.NET is an accepted  language at Microsoft or not:

    How many of the new VS.2010/.NET 4.0 books, about new .NET technologies, will contain both C# and VB.NET samples?

    My guess: NONE! as in previous years.

    In other words: it's nice to have "hello world" for VB.NET newbies in dozens of variations. Yet what the world needs are hard-core, bleeding-edge samples in VB.NET!

  • I am building an application Nought and Crosses but the problem is when i try to break it down by using just one button so that it will be able to move From X to O then back to X again an so forth it not happen i only getting it to one an it really frustrating me caurse it have to then move it so that i can use it comboBox.

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