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Best VB.NET article of November 2012

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Current Entries

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6 Nov 2012
Kurt Swaim
Describes an OPC wrapper DLL and an example of how to use it for communication to a device through an OPC server.
19 Nov 2012
Jim Meadors
String manipulation of XML files.
9 Nov 2012
miteleda
Copy DataGridView contents to clipboard regardless of current selection.
8 May 2013
Niemand25
1 alternative  
A simple way to place any DataGridView inside a ComboBox.
14 May 2013
Hassantga
How to connect to a MySQL database using VB.NET.
9 Nov 2012
MohamedKamalPharm, MohamedSabryBakry
We used VB.NET and MS Chart in a Web Application to extract the data from a user-uploaded or online database, create life tables using the Kaplan-Meier Formula and plot the survival curve. The whole operation is performed through a user friendly web-based wizard.
19 Nov 2012
B.O.B.
Implement a Global Try Catch block while still using the .NET Application Framework.
1 Jul 2013
Michael Rosqvist
This tip discusses how to send an instant message in plain text to a Lync receiver.
14 Nov 2012
Robert E Campbell
A quick run through of how to quickly query LDAP and how to use the resutls of that query.
19 Nov 2012
Santiago Santos Cortizo
How to resolve cached post problem with iPhone/iPad with iOS6 update.

Current Participants

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B.O.B.
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
No Biography provided
Hassantga
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
This member doesn't quite have enough reputation to be able to display their biography and homepage.
Group type: Collaborative Group

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Jim Meadors
Student
United States United States
I write code because I like to.
Kurt Swaim
Software Developer (Senior) Action Equipment Solutions
United States United States
My first love was computers born from my Commodore 64 in the early 80's. Because the market was flooded with CS majors I choose engineering instead. Speaking to engineers I discovered the biggest complaint of recent grads is a lack of practical knowledge. So I started my career as a technical maintenance man after getting my EET. I quickly became a key man responsible for robotic and PLC programming. After getting my EE degree I went to work for an integrator. This has been a sheer joy working with new systems, vision, robotics, PLC platforms, electrical design, etc. My boss started his own integration company and I followed him. Recently my focus has been software development and I am having a blast programming C#.NET applications down here in the bluegrass.
Michael Rosqvist
Web Developer
Sweden Sweden
No Biography provided
miteleda
Australia Australia
This member doesn't quite have enough reputation to be able to display their biography and homepage.
MohamedKamalPharm
Team Leader
Egypt Egypt
Clinical Pharmacy AND Programming were, and still are, my life's passion. Children suffering from cancer has been my cause since 1998. I chose to "focus" on Children with Brain Tumors, as it is -till this day- one of the most challenging pediatric malignancies. Throughout my professional career, i learnt a lot of stuff to help me help children with cancer. Working with those under privileged kids also required me to have a deeper knowledge of Pediatric Oncology, Patient Education and cancer supportive care. I got training in different fields -not only- Clinical Pharmacy, but also Fundraising, Clinical Informatics and Web Development !
Niemand25
Business Analyst Linden
Lithuania Lithuania
I'm a lawyer in a law firm. Programing is my hobby.
Robert E Campbell
Software Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
Santiago Santos Cortizo
Software Developer (Senior) TokApp OnLine, S.L.
Spain Spain
Software architect expert in #cloudcomputing #server #mobile #web #dotnet #php #sql #HTML5
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