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Best VB.NET article of December 2012

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Current Entries

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18 Dec 2012
Ahmad Dekmak
In this project we learn how to resign a signed assembly with another one of your choice
29 Aug 2013
Keith L Robertson
Write synchronous-looking asynchronous methods without async/await in Visual Studio 2010.
7 Dec 2012
Robert E Campbell
This article demonstrates how to extract attachments from Exchange using VB.NET.
19 Dec 2012
Nitesh Luharuka
A solution for ExecuteNonQuery() always returning -1 when calling a Stored Procedure
17 Dec 2012
This code allows to drag and resize a borderless form!
27 Dec 2012
Karl Stoney
A .NET programming article including code showing how to create a compliant RSS 2.0 feed using .NET Syndication Namespaces
17 Dec 2012
WPF Compare two brushes IsEquals
13 Mar 2013
Kill any process using VB.NET.

Current Participants

Those with articles that match the contest criteria are automatically entered.

Ahmad Dekmak
Technical Lead Mentis
Lebanon Lebanon
No Biography provided
Web Developer
Jordan Jordan
hi how are you
Karl Stoney
Architect Hewlett Packard Enterprise Security Services
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Technical Architect for Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Security Service.

Please take the time to visit my site
Keith L Robertson
Software Developer (Senior) AirWatch, LLC
United States United States
Keith started programming in 8th grade in BASIC, then in Z80 (TRS-80) and 6502 (Apple II) assembly. In high school he disassembled Apple DOS and Basic to see how they worked and wrote a program to teach chess openings. At the University of Texas at Austin, Keith completed a newly-created Honors Program for entering CS students, then taught Pascal to other students before graduating in 1988 with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, with only three other students receiving the same degree. (Prior to that year, UT had offered only a BA for CS students.) He completed formal education with a Master of Computer Science degree from the University of Virginia.

Keith has worked with many different companies, often on a contract/consulting basis, in C++, Smalltalk, Java, and C#, developing applications for the desktop, client server, enterprise integration, and finally for the web. He currently enjoys his job at AirWatch building integration and web components for Mobile Device Management.

Passionate about software development, Keith's main non-work interests are in language design, compiler construction, and framework development. He also enjoys chess and jogging. Keith lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife and young son.
Nitesh Luharuka
Team Leader Director @ Rebin Infotech
India India
An Independent IT Professional and Consultant on MS Technologies like .Net | MVC | Silverlight | Sharepoint | MS Project Server along with open source CMS Systems like DotNetNuke etc.

I am an enthusiastic technocrat who love to debug problems and solve them. I love writing articles on my website in my spare time. Please visit my Website for more details and subscribe to get technology related tips/tricks.
Robert E Campbell
Software Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
Singapore Singapore
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Vijay Tanwar
Software Developer (Senior) Nagarro Softwares
India India
I am vijay tanwar and i am a software engineer with passion of programming. I love to programming in c#, I love to warp up more and more things in few lines of code. my favirote languages are c# and javascript and both are fully object oriended. I always like to become the .net Architect.
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Drop-In Windows Explorer Like File & Folder Browsing GUI Controls & components (In cases of repeat winners LogicNP may offer the winner to either upgrade to the latest version or to choose the license for our another product)
SmartOutline 2010  -  SmartOutline   (valued at $139.00)
Store and manage notes, HTML forms, project information, links and more all in one organized document format. Fully .NET Extensible
Crypto Logger For .Net  -  LogicNP Software   (valued at $239.00)
Crypto Logger For .Net is a flexible, high-performance logging framework for your .Net software. Crypto Logger comes with a powerful, easy-to-use logging console to view, search, analyze and manage log data and perform remote-logging and live-logging. (In cases of repeat winners LogicNP may offer the winner to either upgrade to the latest version or to choose the license for our another product)
The latest VB.NET ebooks from informIT  -  Andrea Bledsoe   (valued at $120.00)
Two books from Pearson imprints Addison-Wesley or Sams Publishing. The value of the prize is an estimated prize value of two ebooks. The total number of ebooks awarded is a maximum of two.
Total prize value: $797.00


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