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  • July 03, 2007 03 Jul'07

    Microsoft expands 'How Do I' video tutorial series

    Building on the success of the "How Do I" video series for ASP.NET and ASP.NET AJAX, Microsoft has released video tutorials for nine more topics of interest to .NET developers.

  • August 24, 2006 24 Aug'06

    Survey: Time, money often drive choices for Microsoft developers

    VB 6 still dominates the landscape, but developers are gradually adopting VB.NET and C# where practical, and adding Web app development to the many hats they wear.

  • August 04, 2006 04 Aug'06

    SearchVB.com podcast: What readers said about the state of VB

    Our latest podcast looks at the results of a recent reader survey. Find out what two of your peers said about VB in particular and software development in general.

  • July 21, 2006 21 Jul'06

    SearchVB.com survey: VB.NET making progress, but VB 6 still No. 1

    Our latest reader survey shows an increase in VB.NET development, though VB 6 remains the language of choice for readers. Results also indicate an uptick in Web development.

  • February 25, 2006 25 Feb'06

    Visual Basic programming: Second class no more

    Visual Basic programming is not the realm of code bangers that don't really know what the computer is doing with their code -- and the MS patterns & practices folks get it.

  • September 23, 2005 23 Sep'05

    With VB growing, it's time to specialize

    Contributor Mike Gunderloy is becoming increasingly convinced that the age when anyone could seriously say "I am a VB developer" and convincingly present themselves as a generalist, able to work in any corner of the VB technology universe, is ...

  • July 18, 2005 18 Jul'05

    Survey: VB .NET has advanced

    VB .NET has made significant advances. So has C#. In a recent SearchVB.com poll, VB.NET language use measured at 52.9 percent, while infant C# use hovers at about 30 percent.

  • May 24, 2005 24 May'05

    COBOL skills needed in the future

    There is just too much of this code out there to ignore, and future programmers would do well to cash in on the coming COBOL knowledge pool shortage.

  • May 17, 2005 17 May'05

    Teamwork comes at a price in new Visual Studio (Page 2)

    Microsoft's strong focus on development teams will mean substantial price increases for some customers when the company releases its latest suite of developer tools.

  • May 16, 2005 16 May'05

    Teamwork comes at a price in new Visual Studio

    Microsoft's strong focus on development teams will mean substantial price increases for some customers when the company releases its latest suite of developer tools.

  • May 09, 2005 09 May'05

    Letter to SearchVB.com: Will VS 2005 help the small group developer?

    Sorting through some mail we uncovered a letter worth sharing. A developer working with a small team has a unique perspective on simmering MSDN and VS 2005 pricing issues. The perspective may be unique, but it far from uncommon.

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