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Windows Forms: 5 Ways of Interaction Between Forms

While developing Windows Forms application, the following question seems to spring up every so often, “How do I pass information from one form to another?” or its variation “How t...

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Refactoring to debut in VB 2005!

Yes, you read that correctly!  VB 2005 will have full support for refactoring in the form of a community edition of Refactor! for Visual Basic 2005.  Refactoring tools include: Rena...

Now for a "good" article discussing a comparison between .NET languages...

After the last article I pointed out, it's refreshing to see this... VB vs. C# MSIL Code Generation: Are the results equal? He discusses differences in the CIL created by VB and C#.  He attemp...

Wow...

“Does anyone remember Asc() in VB 6.0? Is there a replacement in VB.Net?” This is a quoted question posted in the GotDotNet.com forums.  Obviously we aren't getting the r...

Default Instances...

(I just seem to be full of controversy lately...) If you aren't familiar with what default instances are, let me show you an example prior to explaining it. <FONT color=#0000ff>Sub</FONT&g...

I know I shouldn't let this sort of thing bother me...

...but it does. It's crap like this that just further influences peoples negative view of a language they know nothing about.  I'm all for freedom of speech/expression.  I strongly b...

Porting Checkers Solitaire to PocketPC...

... wait... don't get too excited.  I'm probably not going to do it.  Why? Well I was all excited and thought that it would be a great opportunity to see what work was involved in taking ...

Downloading Beta 2 ...

Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 is now available for download via the MSDN Subscriber site.  (Though I don’t see the Professional edition as yet, just Standard and Team Suite.)

I guess I just don't get it...

I know I'm setting myself up for a beating... but I just don't get it.  How is it that people still have such a hard time accepting the Microsoft.VisualBasic assembly as being part of the .NET...