Jul 31 2009
Hi boys and girls. Today, we're going to talk about computer programming, technology, and
surviving thriving in an IT department.
As you might have guessed by the blog title, I'm a fan of BASIC programming languages. I've been programming on PCs since about 4th grade when I first started tinkering with BASIC on my family's 286 IBM PC clone running DOS 3.3. The language has come a long way since line numbers and GOSUBs.
Just to be clear, I'm not one of those VB weenies who makes a living by hammering out form after form with drag-and-drop designers. I write code. I create. I use the whole language, not just the clicky-widgets and IDE dohickeys.
So, stay tuned for some great info on advanced Visual Basic.NET, and programming and technology in general.
Pro coder, amateur blogger
P.S. The blog title is intentionally misspelled.