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  • Visual Basic 2005 programming: Ten tips and time-savers

    Programming in Visual Basic 2005 can be relatively painless, thanks to templates, the My namespace, refactoring and snippets. These 10 tips and time-savers come from Tech Ed 2006.

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  • Visual Basic 2005 Learning Guide

    Get prepared for Visual Basic 2005 today with this extensive collection of resources. Along with being introduced to new features, you can download the prerelease software. Learn how to upgrade your existing projects and applications and get your hands dirty with the step-by-step tutorials. Don't...

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  • Visual Basic 2005 gains no-cost refactoring plug-in

    Microsoft has responded to a small but significant upswell in interest in VB software refactoring by offering a free refactoring plug-in for the upcoming Visual Basic 2005 release. The plug-in, called Refactor! for Visual Basic 2005, was not created in-house but by Developer Express Inc., a Las...

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  • Building Datacentric Applications Learning Guide

    Interested in creating datacentric applications? Drag-and-drop data binding in Visual Basic 2005 makes connecting to data sources easier than ever. Explore our huge collection of targeted resources to quickly get started and moving in the right direction.

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  • Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic 2005 migration: Tips for getting started

    Microsoft hopes developers readying VB 6 to VB.NET 2.0 migrations can benefit from best practices the company has garnered over recent years. Wizards have their limits and assessment tools can help experts Keith Pleas and Federico Zoufaly tell SearchVB.com.

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  • VB 2005 ‘My’ Space set to help developer

    With VB.NET 2003, programmers were challenged to navigate around the namespace hierarchy. Help in the form of the My namespace framework is on the way.

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  • Visual Basic 2005: Where to get started

    Author Sean Campbell discusses VB2005 and key areas of interest for developers ready to roll with the new tools set.

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  • Visual Basic 2005 Application Framework gets rolling in earnest

    As 2005 gets rolling in earnest, Visual Basic developers will turn attention to Visual Studio 2005, the second big step in the development of .NET. In the tool kit is .NET 2.0.

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