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Old 01-06-2011, 08:46 AM
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Hi, I'm Pete, New to VB and have decided to take on a Microsoft course so signed up with the forum to get any tips and tricks for learning VB.
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Old 05-27-2011, 01:15 AM
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I a newbie. Just joined to learn few things here. Hope there are good experts to help here.
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Old 06-08-2011, 01:57 AM
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I realize this is an ancient thread but it still seems to be maintained, last posts are recent.

So here I am, my name is Robert, I work for a company named Centric in Diemen, The Netherlands. I am a VB guru (well at least I am very experienced, lets be modest here ), I think I have seen and used about every aspect of the IDE and language. I started out my carreer as a C++ developer and made a jump to VB back in 1998, since then I rarely used any other language other than VB, professionaly. I am now programming in VB6 for the last few years up until this very day. Through the years I have developed using Pascal, Delphi, Assembly and C/C++. Some minor C# as well, and I use PHP/CSS/HTML/MySQL... for regular web projects in my spare time. If fragments of that spare time are left I also maintain an R/C hobby (I fly Radio Controlled Helicopters for fun!). And next to that I am a serious amateur photographer.

My native language (spoken language) is Dutch, so I might make a grammar error or two. (As long as it's not programming errors that's OK i guess )

From time to time a problem arises that I found myself having a hard time to solve, but I always managed. So ask ahead, I think I am able to answer most of your questions.

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Old 06-10-2011, 08:57 AM
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Hey,

I'm James from Basingstoke in England. I have been using VBA for a few years now (mainly Excel based) and I am trying to improve my coding skills and learn new things!

I am an active member on another VBA Excel forum, and was recommended to come here by Jon Von ;-)

I look forward to my time on the board, and will try my best to not only help others but learn as much as possible!

Cheers,

James
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Old 10-26-2011, 04:07 AM
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Hi, am rhiane and I'm still learning some of the basics of programming coz am more on hardware area but shifted to programming just because its more challenging. hoping to learn a lot from this forum.
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Old 12-12-2011, 06:24 AM
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Hi everyone!

I've been programming since 1998, when I was only a youngster and didn't know much about the 'power of programming', and databases and whatever, during those 13 years I've passed through VB(Legacy), ASP and into Java for these last 6 years, now I'm back to Legacy VB in a new job opportunity, supporting some applications that will stay in VB language and migrating others to Java.

I started participating on this forum since July 2003, but i had another username, and another e-mail attached to it, which for some reason, I can't access anymore (I think the username was tHuNd3r, or something like that).

Answering the questions, I can claim myself as an Expert, since during those years I've acquired a lot of knowledge on programming, including APIs, Database(a lot), Classes/Custom Controls, other languages (Java mainly) and a lot of user interface design for a better user experience.

Well, i'm back in this game, and I hope I can help you all!

J

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Old 12-12-2011, 08:57 AM
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Old 12-21-2011, 08:16 PM
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Hi my name is Paul and I have been programming since 1998, started off with VB 5/6 and have been hanging around the forum since 2006.

Always hard to rate yourself as we seldom see ourselves as we really are...

I would rate myself as marginally better than crap, only because I can see some improvement since I first started

Seriously though, even though I began this journey a long time ago I don’t believe I have a “knack” for programming, and any progress I have made is through sheer persistence and stubbornness to quit.

I have an atrocious memory which means I constantly need to learn things over again and again. I have probably written code examples to remind me how to do things, but forgotten where I put them.

Despite the setbacks I do enjoy coding and love the thrill of actually writing something that works.
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Old 02-08-2012, 05:37 AM
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Hi All,

I am Max and have been programming in the past 3 years, mainly basic knowledge around C#, Visual Basic and for Applications. Continuously trying to improve my knowledge and develop more programs.

Look forward to hanging around on here.
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Old 04-10-2012, 09:37 AM
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Names actually Clay but I go by Stomphoof everywhere. I am a complete and utter newb. Last time I programmed was in QBasic in DOS 6. I am working on teaching myself VBasic 2008 with a focus on games. Hope to find both help here and to eventually help others!
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Old 02-21-2013, 01:46 PM
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Hi, my name is Ken, and I consider myself moderately knowledgeable with VB6. I'm definitely not a guru. That being said... I have made more money with VB6 in the last 6-7 years as I did as a mechanical engineer for over 20 years. I have licensed products I have created, and continue too. I also get paid to program with part ownership of whatever I create. This forum has been invaluable at times... and it's great to see so many interested programmers.
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Old 07-11-2013, 11:29 PM
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Hi everyone!

I'm Shelby and a super newb. Lol. I am honestly here to learn and try to input good responses where I can (which I have a feeling might not be much...for fear of posting wrong answers to questions).

I have a very limited knowledge base when it comes to VB6 though I really do like it when I understand it.
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Old 02-21-2015, 11:35 AM
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I don't know where I fit in. I started programming in 2002. I started right into a project creating a client server program for the nuclear industry. Ended up licensing that to General Electric Nuclear facilities. Continued to develop another program which is now being licensed to all of the Nuclear Industry. Kinda of in limbo right now. My expertise (if you call it that) is VB6 / Microsoft Access / TXTextControl Reporting. I know enough to be dangerous (lol). Been very lucky to have all of my work licensed and have made some substantial money programming. But I guess I consider myself a journeyman at best.
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Old 08-09-2015, 01:00 AM
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Hi, I'm Jen a newbie and knows a little about vb. I work full time as a management audit assistant and part time in a website marketing company
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Old 01-27-2016, 06:57 PM
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I'm Pearly, I am new here and to VB as well. I want to learn more that why I joined here.
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