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Windows Entertainment and Connected Home, Visual C#, Windows Expert-Consumer
Messagerie électronique : firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a Microsoft MVP for 9 years now in the Visual Basic category. I have been using VB since Access 97 when I started with VBA. I migrated through the years to VB6 and then to .NET A bunch of my MVP time is spent over at MSDN Forums in the VB sections, where I am a moderator and frequent contributor to postings. I post several hundred postings each year, providing many answers to VB related development questions. I provide help to those who seek it and are willing to give at least a little effort on their own part to learn the language and technologies. I do spend a good amount of time helping those who are brand new to the language, and need some guidance. I remember what it was like to be new to a language and a bit lost. In addition to MSDN Forums, I also moderate and assist at vbforums.com. I post several hundred posts a year over there, and there are many other helpful developers who frequent that site. This is a great place to get the cumulative help of many VB experts. I also have my own site where I post blog entries (which are generally in the form of code articles). Visit me there at ZerosAndTheOne.com. Pretty much all of the help I provide is in the form of online help to people I have never met, however I would like to get into more public speaking with local user groups and things of that nature. I also participate in product group interactions, surveys, file bugs via connect, net meetings with MS teams, beta test, etc...