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What's up with .Net in your neck of the woods? We'll discuss all the basics here. Eventually, we'l break out separate groups for C#, etc...

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Microsoft technologies hav come a long way since Visual C++ 1.0, haven't they? Most of us have at least run into a VB app. ASP revolutionized (OK, did some cool stuff) with dynamic web pages. And, think about the CLR. Wondering what all this is? Been a while since you've dipped your feet in the Microsoft waters? (yo). Feel like you want to share what you've perfected and help all those heathens out there see how it's done ... right? Well, here's your group. I'll kick it off with a few generic discussions and you take it from there. It's new, it's cool, it's the .Net Town, here to inform you about one of the most popular software development technologies around. Do you feel like you're getting what you're paying for? Join this group and find out!

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Forms

Need a bit of help. I am doing a project for school and I am having a bit of difficulties. I have a form "SandwichForm" and an inherited form "SummaryForm" The summary form opens when you click the…Continue

Started by Steve Wininger Apr 12, 2010.

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Why choose C# for your development language? Well, it's part of Visual Studio, so you have the CLR in bed with you. That's the COmmon Language Runtime. It lets you mix all of the Visual Studio…Continue

Tags: CLR, Microsoft, Visual, Studio, C#

Started by Michael Levin. Last reply by Michael Levin Dec 25, 2009.

Visual Basic

What version are you using? How has the Studio changed your life? Let's talk about the apps you build with VB. How, why, what are the pros and cons. It's a broad subject, I know. But we have to start…Continue

Tags: Visual, CLR, Studio, Microsoft, VB

Started by Michael Levin Dec 25, 2009.

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Comment by Steve Wininger on April 12, 2010 at 12:26pm
Need a bit of help. I am doing a project for school and I am having a bit of difficulties. I have a form "SandwichForm" and an inherited form "SummaryForm" The summary form opens when you click the submit button. What I would like to do is have both forms close after viewing and clicking an exit button on the "SummaryForm". Anyone have any suggestions?
Comment by David T. Harris on March 24, 2010 at 10:05am
Hey everyone - if you haven't already the Orlando .NET User Group is hosting Orlando .NET Code Camp 2010 this Saturday (March 27th) - check it out: http://www.codetown.us/events/orlando-net-code-camp-2010
Comment by James Michael Khouri on March 17, 2010 at 6:04pm
Hello, all. Just joined. I'm attending meetings Sarasota Community Foundation as a member of the Sarasota .NET Developers Group. I'd love to know about any other meetings that are held; especially in the Bradenton/Sarasota area. If this wall is read, PLEASE inform me.
 

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