I’ve slowed work on my XNA Project (which I’m now calling Evolution) due to me getting ready to start University soon, however I expect once I get settled into my schedule I’ll begin work on this project again. 223 more words
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It often happens that a programmer finds himself or herself programming to a database that does not have constraints sufficient to match the necessary coding assumptions made about the data. 468 more words
Thanks for stopping by and welcome to my new blog! This is just an introductory post so I’ll keep it short and sweet.
I decided to start a blog because Iwant to deliver my knowledge to the students who are really interested in doing something out of the box. 44 more words
You may be aware of the “Interop Toolkit” for Visual Basic 6 and .NET that allows you to call .NET code from visual basic 6. This is a nice feature but If you are trying to migrate out of VB6 the toolkit more or less forces you to keep your main application window to be a VB6 application. 353 more words