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by John Browne, on Feb 13, 2020 5:12:36 PM

Not going to bury this lead1: Microsoft's latest update has stopped some VB6 apps from working. Yeah. That day we always knew was going to come some day? Well, turns out …

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Topics:Visual BasicMicrosoftWindowsVBUCapplication security

by John Browne, on May 15, 2019 5:58:00 AM

Last week was Microsoft's annual developer conference aka Build. Three days of total software geekitude: Azure, IoT, .NET, Visual Studio, and even a doggie petting zoo. Yes, your modern developer …

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by DeeDee Walsh, on Sep 17, 2018 5:07:23 PM

Last week was a great week for software developers - on Monday, Sept 10th, Microsoft announced Azure DevOps which is a culmination of 15 years of work and provides the full …

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Topics:MicrosoftMVC.NETWeb Application Developmentcode transformationVisual StudioDevOpsclouddevelopers.NET Coreasp.netConference

by John Browne, on Feb 13, 2017 4:15:15 PM

From the news desk: Back to the future: The VB.NET team blogs about the future of VB.NET. Whether this is just badly written or deliberately ambiguous I can't say but …

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by DeeDee Walsh, on Apr 17, 2014 4:01:00 AM

Microsoft said they'd end support for Windows XP and they went and did it. A lot of people thought they'd delay it yet again, but this time it's real. No more …

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Topics:software developmentapplication modernizationapplication migrationMicrosoftWindows

by DeeDee Walsh, on Apr 3, 2014 9:35:00 AM

First of all, this is not about Windows XP. That said, Windows XP is the 2nd most popular operating system in the world after Windows 7. So far, Windows 8 hasn't …

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Topics:application modernizationapplication migrationVisual BasicMicrosoftHTML5Mobile Application DevelopmentWindowsWebMAP

by John Browne, on Oct 8, 2013 11:46:00 AM

I don't think there's any debate that software is about as complex as anything on the planet; since the dawn of the computer in the 1940s people as diverse as …

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by John Browne, on Apr 1, 2013 4:52:00 AM

From the Seattle Times: VB7 mixup tied to hearing loss, Microsoft executive admits A recall today of Visual Basic 7, the latest release of the popular programming language, was due …

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