Some great podcasts on VB6 -> .NET and more…

I was reading the dotnetjunkies.com newsletter and I spotted these podcasts, a series of them that I have never noticed before, even though they definitely the kind of content I’d be interested in hearing.


Moving to .NET from VB6 and C++

Juval Lowy discusses the different perspectives that VB6 and C++ developers
bring to .NET including the challenges each group faces with the technology.
(MP3 audio, 16:32 mins.)


VB6 Glass Ceiling

.NET Software Legend Juval Lowy offers his thoughts on the non-linear
relationship between VB6 application complexity and developer capabilities in
this provocative interview. (MP3 audio, 16:19 mins.)


Perf Stats of the Upgrade Tools

Keith Pleas discusses the performance characteristics of the Upgrade Wizard and
VB6 Assessment tool, and Microsoft Product Manager Eugenio Pace describes the
status of the VB6 to VB.NET Upgrade guide and availability of the VB6 Assessment
tool. (MP3 audio, 13:51 mins.)


.NET Upgrade Metrics and the Migration Assessment Tool

Keith Pleas of Keith Pleas & Associates explains how the new .NET Migration
Assessment Tool provides stats across multiple projects to help measure upgrade
costs. He also discusses cleaning up dead code before updating and the risks of
memory pinning in a managed environment. (MP3 audio, 14:18 mins)


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Some great podcasts on VB6 -> .NET and more…

6 Responses

  1. Sir ,
    I use visual studio 6 – sp6
    when i install my application on the end-user pc , the form and all conponents on it appears LTR ( left to right ) in spite of i have previously adjusted them to be RTL for arabic .
    when installing Ms-Office everything work well .
    May You please help me
    Thanks a lot

    mhycic@scs-net.org

    Abdo Haj Yahia November 22, 2005 at 2:55 pm #
  2. How can i make a landscape report without bug free report. or vb data report does not support to give us facility to create good report in vb data report landscape

    Please tell

    Ayyaz Azeem
    Multan – Pakistan

    Ayyaz Azeem November 23, 2005 at 4:20 am #
  3. Hi,

    I would like to know if it is possible in VB.net to concatenante variable names.
    For example, if I have 200 pictureboxes named picturebox1,picturebox2… and I want to set all their visible property to false or true I don’t want to code them one after the other
    picturebox1.visible=false

    but I would like to do a loop like
    for i=1 to 200
    picture box & i.visible=false (of course this does not work, but what concatenation operation would work)
    next

    hemza yagoub December 2, 2005 at 2:17 pm #
  4. hello

    555 June 6, 2006 at 11:27 am #
  5. i want to creat a landscape report in vb by using msreport.Cn any one help me?

    Sreenath August 12, 2006 at 6:30 pm #
  6. Very good site. Thanks!

    travel August 25, 2006 at 6:31 pm #

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