Posts Tagged 'visual basic'

Program Development Cycle

Performing a Task on the Computer

Step 1:
What is the ouput? Exactly what will the task produce?

Step 2:
Identify the data. What input is necessary to produce the output?

Step 3:
Determine how to process the input to obtain the desired output. What formulas or ways of doing things can be used to obtain the output?

Program Development Cycle & Software Development Life Cycle

The programming development cycle is a process of steps, used by programmers to more efficiently manage their time in designing ...

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Resume – Proficiency

The purpose of this post is to share my proficiency with, so that a potential employer may have a better understanding of my level of experience.

View my proficiency test here:
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I recently applied for a job where the initial stages of the interview process included a remote test that validates my knowledge within the platform. The position that I applied for was an entry level opportunity, and I expected ...

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Book Review: Visual Basic 2010

Visual Basic 2010 Step by Step

Visual Basic 2010 Step by Step is an essential tool in learning Visual Basic. The Step by Step series has once again extended it’s series with another must-have for the visual basic programmer. This book is also a great refresher course for the intermediate visual basic programmer.

The author, Michael Halvorson is an award winning author and what I consider a Visual Basic Hall of Famer. His experience with Visual Basic extends beyond that as a ...

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0 – Managing State

Managing State of an ASP.NET Application

We will focus on the following topics:
Store and Retrieve Application State
Store and Retrieve Session State
Configure Session State Storage
Client Side Cookies for State Storage

Store and Retrieve Application State

Advanced applications use pieces of data or variables that need to be maintained
over multiple requests or multiple users. This data is known as "STATE".

Application State is any data that is shared among multiple users of an application.

Application State Storage is supplied by .NET Framework ...

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