On a happier note… Brad McCabe passed along some info about free training that MSDN is offering for VB 2005 and/or ASP.NET 2.0. To quote him:
With the holiday’s coming lots of people have some extra time on their hands, with this in mind MSDN and Microsoft Learning got to together to give you something to do, free training!
We were trying to figure out what course to give away and decided to let you pick. That’s right pick one of 6 courses about Visual Basic 2005 or 9 courses about ASP.NET 2.0. In addition, after you have completed your free online course you will receive 30% off the price of the next one.
You have to hurry, the free code is only good until January 4th, 2006. You don’t have to take your free class by then, but you have to sign up and select your class before that day. You have 90 days from the time you sign up to do the course, but with spare time this holiday season why not do it now?
Visit http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/learning/elearning_promo/ for all of the details and to get the free training code to sign up.
Not too shabby!
I’m new user im Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition.
Looking for articles, I found a problem: Olds articls makes loose time.
Why several articles about Visual Basic 6: I never used that.
MSDN material needs a classification: what is new? what is for older versions?
Like me, many programmers are looking How change the olds Cipper in the new VB.
Why only Access and don’t Excel or .dbf files when we use data origin?
Thanks – (and Heppy new year)