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Performance techniques for converting Object to structures

Cameron Beccario discusses a performance optimization technique for converting between Object expressions to structures.  I know, he posted this a couple of months ago… but somehow I missed it.  Be...

AddressOf.com Articles

Now that I've switched to .TEXT, I know have a place that is easily accessible for posting articles.  OK, so right now their under a Story section, but hey at least there in an easy to get to locat...

Color your console output using VB.NET!

By Cory Smith <FONT color=#ff0000>Note: This sample has been replaced by the “Control Your Console“ ConsoleEx sample available from the Samples listing.  In addition to being...

GUID Generation and VB6 Binary Compatibility

Adam Nathan has written a pretty good explanation of using 'binary compatibility' between your .NET assemblies and VB. [bookmarked]

Working with .TEXT (Part 3)

Hmm... the statistics aren't updating?  Cool, Kirk pointed me to a SQL script that adds the necessary trigger.  Hopefully, after this post, they will be working. [update] Working like a champ now! ...

Working with .TEXT (Part 2)

OK, finally got the email feature working.  Here’s the deal.  There’s two different places to enter an email address.  One is in the blog.config file and the other is in the SQL table for config.  ...

Congrats to CodeSmith creator, Eric Smith!

Eric Smith, the creator of CodeSmith, has been interviewed by ACCESS-VB-SQL ADVISOR magazine.  Now if he would just put together a presentation so he can come to the users group and show it off (hi...

Working with .TEXT (Part 1)

OK, I'm not sure if this is correct or not, but here goes.  In order to allow newsreaders to still retrieve the RSS feed during this transition, I'm attempting to redirect the old BlogX url to the ...

Moving to .TEXT

After what appears to be forever since any real activity with BlogX and the fact that a ton of forking in the code base has occured, I'm moving from BlogX to .TEXT.  BlogX has been really solid and...

VB.NET's Try/Catch 'When' Clause

Sometimes I catch myself over thinking things.  While showing someone just moving to VB.NET how structured error handling works I mentioned something that C# Try Catch ...