Thanks to the SQL Server Team we just released a free SQL Server 2008 Express How-To-Guide Series on msdev.com. During the next weeks we’ll also integrating parts of the series into the Visual Basic Developer Center, C# Developer Center, the Beginner Developer Learning Center,
While helping some Windows API folks with some sample code this week, I stumbled upon…uh…I mean “carefully researched” an issue that you might find handy.
You may be aware that the RaiseEvent statement automatically checks to verify if an event handler exists before raising the event.
The other day I got an email from a developer asking an interesting question about VB10’s Auto-implemented Properties feature.
“I am, however, somewhat confused regarding the properties feature you mentioned – i.e. turning 11 lines of get/set/backing variable into one line.