Who says you can’t obfuscate VB code? For fun, I tried writing some VB code which was shaped in the letters ‘vb’ (that’s right, the code itself forms the shape of the letters), where the ‘v’ and the ‘b’ are formed from the Visual Studio inifinity logo.
I posted a couple more videos on Channel9 that you’ll definitely want to check out! Thanks again to Kathleen for helping with the production. The first one Kit George walks us through some of his favorite VB9 language features that enable LINQ: In this in interview Kit George,
On Friday, Chris Smith and I (Chris is a test engineer on the VB Team) attended an event called ‘Sons and Daughters’ day. The day consisted of 2 sessions (20-25 kids in each) where kids aged 6-13 were run through a class of writing an app in VB (20-25 kids in each).
This example is intended as a ‘primer’ for following recipes (so we don’t repeat the same instructions multiple times). This recipe takes you through everything you need, and assumes only that you’ve installed Visual Studio (and in so doing, you’ve installed SQLExpress).
Folks, we’re gonna start a ‘cookbook’ of LINQ entries, which we’ll be building over time. This is just meant to be a series of solutions to specific scenarios, that the team comes across when writing code and using queries. I can’t think of a better way to communicate everything you might use LINQ for!
OK, so when you’re playing around with LinQ and all it’s various additional bits, you really do get to have a bit of fun. I’ve made this available simply because i enjoyed doing it. The basic idea is to time and then compare the duration of various ‘IsPrime’
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