Seriously, try it and find out that you moved to Wrongville, Wrongzona. What you see in the preview isn't what you see when it's actually posted. Obviously I won't make you come back here and say how right I am. We'll just take it as read that I'm right and you're wrong.
*pre-emptive celebratory nipple tassle jiggle* - Sean Ewington
I think the CodeProject could use a section for Small Basic.
But why would they do that?
1.) It's a new way to begin using VB/.NET
2.) It's a tool that can be extended, and customized for a better leaning environment.
That's sort of the issue I faced here when I joined. I had no idea what COM was or what a lot of the common acronyms were, where to begin. It all looked to be well over my head (back then). I think by adding an SB section they would only be helping the community. And if it turns out it doesn't get much attention (as even I predict that it won't for a while) it'll be just one more thing CodeProject can brag about.