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Automatically documenting web site projects created in VB with Sandcastle

, 9 Sep 2009 CPOL
Build the CHM file automatically when building a "web site project" created with VB.NET - How I combined several steps into a single process.

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bgs264
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I graduated with a First class honours degree in Computer Science from the University of Salford in June 2006. Shortly after I graduated, I started my first job as a web developer in a small consultancy company in the North-West. I have since moved to a larger organisation in Manchester, which is a bit closer to my home.

My development is 99% ASP.NET based with the remaining 1% being ad-hoc console applications or Windows services, and although I prefer to develop in C# (just because I think it is cleaner), VB is what is used in the team.

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