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Best VB.NET Article of June 2014

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Current Entries

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26 Jun 2014
George Sefcik
Size-to-content just doesn't give you the window sizes you want for each usercontrol.
19 Jun 2014
Maciej Los
If you want to know the way you can serialize and deserialize custom class collection, this tip is for you.
19 Jun 2014
Mr. xieguigang 谢桂纲
I need a tool for exchange the data between my .NET program and R program, yeah this powerful library makes things better!
10 Jun 2014
Thava Rajan
This tip is used to fix a workaround for a bug in double click on checkbox
5 Oct 2016
Yang Kok Wah
Using a simple custom made video player control to display a video wall
10 Jul 2014
Yang Kok Wah
Playing your favorite music and sound files all at once
6 Oct 2016
Yang Kok Wah
Playing your favorite video all at the same time
27 Jun 2014
Philipp Katscher
How to use barcodelib generated Barcodes in SSRS (consider Barcode fonts don't work in runtime)
21 Mar 2016
Avelino Ferreira
Presenting an easy-to-use, flexible, filterable ComboBox, managing various data types (including images), also sortable, resizable and reordable columns
1 Jun 2014
Webcodeexpert.com
In this article, I am going to demonstrate how to get more data on demand i.e. On every click of button fetch more records from SQL Server database table and load in GridView with wait/progress/loading image as shown in image in ASP.NET using both C# and VB languages.
7 Jul 2014
hgbecker
DataToolbar leads the standard DataNavigator to a higher level.
9 Jun 2014
Rixterz123
How to get text to show perfectly clearly on Aero glass
22 Jun 2014
Duncan Edwards Jones
Using interfaces to add sematic meaning to your POCO classes
4 Jun 2014
rapidagiledevelopment
The Software Development process can be time consuming and stressful. Outlined here are some practical tips on how to ease the strain with kissIT!® applications within the context of Prototyping / Agile methods for SQL, C# & VB.NET.
25 Jun 2014
SibeeshKV
Calling an ASMX webservice from other server using jquery and PHP

Current Participants

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Avelino Ferreira
Retired
Portugal Portugal
Working on computers since Mar,6 1969
Languages: RPN, Fortran, COBOL, Univac 1100 Meta-assembler, Basic, Z80 Assembly, 8086 Assembly, IBM Assembler (360/370, 38xx, 43xx), Clipper, ANSI C, SQL, Visual Basic, VBA, VB.NET
Lately, some HTML, JavaScript, C#
Actually retired, but still developing (for pleasure).
Duncan Edwards Jones
Software Developer (Senior)
Ireland Ireland
C# / SQL Server developer
Microsoft MVP (Azure) 2017
Microsoft MVP (Visual Basic) 2006, 2007
George Sefcik
Software Developer (Senior) GWSoftware
United States United States
Independent Software Developer
There are no such things as problems...only opportunities to work harder!
hgbecker
Founder TechDoc G. Becker
Germany Germany
I'am developing Applications since the Comodore 64 Computer was available to the marked.
At present I'm programming in Visual Studio 2012 using C# and mostly Visual Basic.
Sorry for Language mistakes but as a German English is not my native Language. But I hope anyone is able to understand me.

Best Regards from Germany
Happy coding
Guenter
Maciej Los
Team Leader
Poland Poland
I'm a lawyer, teacher/trainer and author of VBA programming book (only polish version). Programming is my hobby!
  1. VB/VBA/VB.NET
  2. C#
  3. C++
  4. SQL
  5. Linq
  6. XML & XSL
Mr. xieguigang 谢桂纲
Student 中国南方微生物资源利用中心(SMRUCC)
China China
He is good and loves VisualBasic!



github: https://github.com/xieguigang
Philipp Katscher
Software Developer (Senior)
Australia Australia
No Biography provided
rapidagiledevelopment
Founder Cove Bay Software Limited
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Cove Bay Software has over 18 years experience in Software Engineering including Analysis, Architecture Design, User Interface Design and Implementation in C#, ASP.NET, VB.NET & Delphi with SQL Server 2000 / 2005 / 2008 / 2012 & 2014.

Rigorous use of Design Patterns and strict adherence to Coding Standards ensure Product Quality.

We specialise in Custom Software Development using Agile / Prototyping (RAD) Methods and Tools to ensure rapid delivery of Products to Market.

We have just launched our range of kiss!® Rapid Agile Development Applications on www.rapidagiledevelopment.com for generating C# & VB.NET, SQL, DAL & BLL, script management, testing and much more
Group type: Organisation

1 members

Rixterz123
United States United States
No Biography provided
SibeeshKV
Software Developer (Senior) iInterChange Systems Pvt Ltd
India India
I am a software engineer, holds 3 years of experience in Dot Net,C#, Vb.Net,jQuery
Thava Rajan
Team Leader Nihon Technology
India India
No Biography provided
Webcodeexpert.com
Software Developer (Senior) www.webcodeexpert.com
India India
I am a passionate programmer and a Software Engineer love blogging and developing applications in Microsoft Technologies.
I have a blog https://www.webcodeexpert.com/
It is a collection of code snippets for web programmers, including code for Asp.Net, Sql Server, C#.Net, VB.Net, Ajax,LINQ, Jquery, JavaScript, XML, WCF Services, C, C++, Interview Questions and answers and more!
Yang Kok Wah
Software Developer (Senior)
Singapore Singapore
Coder. Hacker. Fixer.

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