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Hey all! I had to move servers and the old version of Vbulletin was not compatible so I did an update.

I know there is no activity here but we do get a lot of visitors, and quote a few old school Yahoo Gamers come by once in a while so I'd hate to take the site down.

Anyways I am going to try to reactivate user registration so some of the folks who forgot their login info can make new accounts.


Maybe I will get a bug up my a$$ and add back in the old arcade and stuff.

I am sorry for the UGLY theme but I will get that fixed at some point!

I hope everyone is well!!!!
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  • Vb .net

    Hey anyone moved on to vb.net? Im barely just starting to relearn it all after not using vb6 for a year

  • #2
    so no wannabe leet hackers like myself are trying to keep up with this .NET stuff?

    thats a shame

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    • #3
      i dont think anyone post here anymore

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      • #4
        hmm that sucks...... im currently training a noob in the art of VB i'll get her to come post here

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mark__C
          so no wannabe leet hackers like myself are trying to keep up with this .NET stuff?

          thats a shame
          I've tried VB.NET (along with their other botched programming abortions), and I'm not impressed with it to say the least. They didn't create a new "Visual Basic" as it were, they created another language altogether.
          "Dad, what's the blow-hole for?"
          "I'll tell you what it's not for, son. And when I do, you'll understand why I can never go back to Sea World."

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          • #6
            it is different, ill give u that

            everything u could ever want is in the framework... but learning how to use the framework is turning out to be very difficult. I never had to buy a book to learn VB6, but looks like im gonna have to for .NET

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            • #7
              bump!

              check the thread announcement if you wanna start learning vb.net (its free (legally))

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              • #8
                I am learning some beginning VB.net stuff through school. Trust me when I say I have no programming skills. It is an information systems class, and we mainly use it to interact with databases.
                It's better to regret something you did than something you didn't do.

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                • #9
                  the good thing about vb.net is assuming youre using the .net framework classes to get to the databases, you'll know a little bit about working with .net which applies to all the other classes in the framework

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                  • #10
                    hey mark i've been fucking wtih .net for a while.

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