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Best VB.NET article of January 2013

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Current Entries

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21 Jan 2013
Kerem Guemruekcue
This short article shows how to use a undocumented internal class method from the System.Deployment.Application.Win32InterOp namespace to get a PE images manifest resource.
11 Jan 2013
Destiny777
The goal of the program was to make things simple yet easy to understand and quickly changeable based on future ideas.
11 Sep 2013
Globin
This is an alternative for "Improved RichTextBox - IRTB". 2.3 is out! Finnaly with some Regex Fixing and Alpha of Alphas in identing!
6 Jan 2013
joe_j
Shows you how to build up a close to real time email monitoring and visual management system.
4 Jan 2013
joe_j
Shows how to set up a time controlled rotation of displaying different websites.
30 Jan 2013
joe_j
Shows how to split a GridView header using CSS and code.
18 Jan 2013
joe_j
Export SQL table data into Excel and open the excel file on the client side.
25 Jan 2013
Stacy Vicknair
Extending the behavior of MVC AuthorizeAttribute for activity-based authorization
23 Jan 2013
Vincent Piel
Localize your WPF application in a snap, and allow others to translate it easily.
24 Jan 2013
Simon-Benyo
Hooking unmanaged processes using VB.NET.
23 Jan 2013
Justin Shepertycki
Using Entity POCOs as a DataSource for your Crystal Reports
2 Jan 2013
Jacques Bach
An easy way to deliver data with MS Excel
19 Jan 2013
Mike Meinz
Convert VB.NET 2003 Windows Forms Designer section of Windows Form Public Class files to Partial Class files.
28 Jan 2013
Stacy Vicknair
Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP) is a principle of object oriented programming that many might be familiar with from the SOLID principles mnemonic from Uncle Bob Martin.

Current Participants

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Destiny777
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
BillNew - Software developer since November 1977.
Globin
Student
Brazil Brazil
Hi guys! I live in Piauí,Brazil. My friends say that I'm nerd, miracle, because I started programming at 8 years old.
I know VB.NET and a bit of C♯.
I started programming at 2009 when the most current .NET Framework was v3.5 with VB Express 2008.
At 2011, I updated to .NET 4.0(VBx and CSx) and 2012 I tried SharpDevelop, however, I only use it to convert C♯ projects to VB.NET; few times I use to create projects.
Jacques Bach
Engineer
Hong Kong Hong Kong
mathematics, music and fat cat
joe_j
Software Developer
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
No Biography provided
Justin Shepertycki
Software Developer Cadorath Aerospace
Canada Canada
Started as a hobbyist programmer at age 15, creating small programs in Java to help make my everyday computing easier. Well, I tried to at least.

Worked my way through Red River College, going with Computer Programmer/Analyst as my major. Continued my studies part time to increase my knowledge of Visual Basic and the .NET platform.

Landed my career at Cadorath Aerospace as Lead .NET Developer.

I am also proficient in Java, C#, SQL, JavaScript, HTML, XML, and VBA.
Kerem Guemruekcue
Software Developer (Senior)
Germany Germany
I am a former developer from germany who has worked on a broad range of technologies. Mainly i was assigned to tasks like designing, writing and implementing/integrating applications for mixed systems, debugging and troubleshooting them, also including lots of teaching on how to do all those things. I was not tied to any special systems at all, as long it could be programmed somehow, no matter in kernel or userland Smile | :) Currently i am not developing or teaching anymore. But i still try to help and contribute code and solutions, help wherever i can. I am also strongly interessted in pedagogy, especially in media pedagogy. There are a few final words i want to say here: Share your knowledge of programming, of life and all your experiences to anybody out there, to build a better and safer world. We only have one. Please try to keep it safe for all of us.
Mike Meinz
Retired
United States United States
I’m retired. When I started my career, programming projects consisted of plugging wires into plug boards to create punch card processing applications to be run on electrical accounting machine like the IBM 402, 407, 085, 088, 514, 519, etc. From there, I moved to writing SPS and Autocoder applications on an IBM 1401 with 4K of memory eventually upgraded to 16K of memory. After many years of migrating my skills to various languages on various hardware platforms, I became an Information Technology Director where I didn’t need to program anymore. So, starting in 1996, I volunteered my time with a local community cable television organization and built some applications to help them run their operations. Originally in Clipper Summer 1987 and later Clipper 5.2, I migrated and enhanced those applications to VB .NET 2003 in 2003. I retired from my full-time job in 2010. Since then, I have continued to support the local community cable tv organization's applications. In 2013, I migrated the VB .NET 2003 Solution to VB .NET 2012 so that it can run on 64-bit computers and interact with Microsoft Office 2010. The upgrade went smoothly. In mid 2013, I developed a VB .NET 2012 application for them to download election results data from the Secretary of State's web site, format the results and send them to a VizRT character generator for on-air display.
Simon-Benyo
Student
Sweden Sweden
No Biography provided
Stacy Vicknair
Software Developer
United States United States
Stacy is a VB.NET developer with over two years experience in Microsoft Development. His experiences include Visual FoxPro 9, VB6, VB.NET for frameworks 1.1, 2.0, and 3.5.

Stacy maintains the blog http://www.wtfnext.com on VB.NET technologies and his personal life, and he is active in the Baton Rouge and Second Life DNUGs.
Vincent Piel
United States United States
No Biography provided
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