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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 han... 

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    A new class the Visual Basic 2005 improves the important task of configuring settings. Ed Tittel discusses these My.Settings in this tip. 

  • 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 han... 

  • PDC shows Microsoft ready for enterprise software competition

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  • Plenty of activity on the .NET front

    The combination of the PDC and the imbending release of VS and SQL updates has made it a busy autumn at SearchVB.com. Here's an update on what we've done recently. 

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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. 

  • VS 2005 release date set; now what?

    There is much to expect from Microsoft now that it has announced release dates for VS 2005, SQLServer2005 and Biztalk Server 2006, expert Ed Tittel writes. 

  • SQL Server's reporting tool goes across the board

    While announcing when SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 will ship, Microsoft senior vice president Paul Flessner also outlined plans for tools, previews and editions of the company's database management platform. 

  • SQL Server, VS at top of TechEd dance card

    In addition to providing more information about its new database software and developer suite, Microsoft is expected to release its WSUS patch management tool and offer greater detail on plans for the Exchange messaging platform.