TechEd North America 2009 is right around the corner. For those of you attending, we look forward to spending time with you at the VB.NET sessions and Technical Learning Center (a.k.a. booth). I’ve pasted the VB.NET session list below.
DTL04-INT Strategies to Upgrade Your Microsoft Visual Basic 6 Assets to Microsoft .NET
Hi, I posted a bit of code the other day which I used to get a list of all Code Snippets we ship in Visual Studio. In a nutshell, I used XElement.Load to create a new XML document from a filename from which I then read elements from (There are way to many ‘”from”
You may know Luca Bolognese from his well-known work on C# LINQ. Luca is now the Group Program Manager for VB.NET, C#, and F#. You can check out his blog here. Luca recently blogged his first VB.NET post. It is about asynchronous HTML caching,
I needed to create a list of all Code Snippets we ship in Visual Studio the other day containing their title, description and path on disc and size. As you might know, Code Snippets are stored in multiple directories below “%ProgramFiles%Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0”
2009 is the 25th anniversary of Microsoft Press! To celebrate their b-bay they’re giving away two free e-books, namely
Windows Small Business Server 2008 Administrator’s Companion by Charlie Russel and Sharon Crawford (27 chapters, 3 appendices, 712 pages) Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition: Build a Program Now!
As I’ve written elsewhere, the toughest critics for any work you do can always be found in your own family. Pleased at the immense work that I’d done in scanning in and tagging all of my photos and media (as noted in this post),
Our recent post on “negative sleeps in VB” was an April Fool’s joke. VB doesn’t have negative sleeps, and isn’t going to. But the joke’s on me! Several readers wrote back to say that other languages do have negative sleeps. Tony Hoare,
[NOTE: please also read the followup to this article]
.NET 4.0 will introduce many new threading and concurrency classes — SpinLock, Parallel Linq, and ConcurrentDictionary to name but a few. The new feature that excites me the most is the ability to pass a negative argument to Thread.Sleep.
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