As part of the explore program, myself as well as the other VB Explorers have been developing an application to deploy onto the Pocket PC. One of the necessary components of our application is to be able to store information that the user inputs as well as information tat is read off of the hard drive of the Pocket PC.
Since the Whidbey product cycle is winding down, it’s time for “VB War” – the process of reviewing every bug and determining which ones are to be fixed. Each of us Visual Basic Explorers got the chance to experience it firsthand to get some idea of what such meetings are like.
(posted by Irene Fan) Hi, I’m Irene and I’m an Exploring Microsoft intern in the Visual Basic group this summer along with Greg, Seth, and Emily. As VB Explorers, we spend eight weeks here in Redmond designing and coding an application to learn about the product development process firsthand;
Hello World! My name’s Seth Capistron and I’m a new Explore Microsoft intern. So far my time in Redmond has been really exciting and I’m looking forward to the rest of the summer. For my first blog, I’ve decided to write about a recent talk I attended.
Creating my first database was a very interesting experience because I really didn’t know where to begin. In a past internship I used Visual Studio for some web applications and managing data, but never had to actually create my own database.
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