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jonasbn (1153)

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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Friday April 04, 2003
02:21 AM

.NET course

[ #11439 ]

Friday and the last of a four day .NET course I have been following. The course have been a mix of Visual Studio, commandline tools and VB.NET information.

The course is normally a VB6 to VB.NET upgrade course, but since we are a mixed group of people (all from the same company) the course have been more adjusted to our profile. So with focus on VB.NET and its cool features.

I have no experience with VB6 and only superficially with prior version. But I have one feeling with the VB.NET language after having been presesented with the new stuff:

  - better OOP support
  - delegates (function pointers)
  - webservices development
  - better types
  - neat foundation classes
  - regular expressions

I have been using most of these features for a year now, but I feel sorry for the people who have been working with prior versions of VB - but maybe it is just me.

Still I look forward to programming som e Perl in the weekend.

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