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VB.Net - Should I start them

Should I make VB.Net Tutorials

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Level 9
Jan 22, 2009
Hello everyone,

Recently I have received a message for me to start a tutorial for VB.Net. I thought and I said "That's a good idea, despite my boredom". I have decided to put up this thread so that I wonder if you are interested if you would like to make a simple to a more complicated program (one program I make is Modelicious, which is also in my tools).

Though I am moving to a more advanced C# very soon (seems difficult, so VB.Net is understandable by its verbose language). I have decided to put up the poll if you are interested. I can tell I have programmed VB.Net for nearly 2 years, and I have started it in grade 6 (learned it in two weeks). I don't think this is impossible, and I can even start video tutorials if you like! I'm in the mood, and hopefully we should also get a Programming section of the forum is possible ;) .

Andy Phan.
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