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HELP : VB alternative to Javaranch??

 
Duncan Allen
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Sorry to ask such a question on javaranch, but I have managed to gain a VB contract and havent been able to find any site even close to being as helpful as this site.
Does anything exist out there?
thanks all
 
Duncan Allen
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Thanks Travis.
I know VB kinda sucks but it is way better then unemployment.
trust me i know unemployment.
But I have been looking for a useful VB help site, and have found a few but nothing compared to this. Not necessarily one based around certification but one that has a loyal and intelligent following.
Does such a site exist?
 
Travis Benning
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most other sites are do not have a loyal following as it so seems here.
Where as we,... even when we pass, we stay here to help and to further learn.
At other boards, the pass the test and never be seen again. The find a board for their next test/course.
MCSEBraindumps.com is a good source for cert help.
But as far as javaranch compatability, I've found none. So sorry.
Travis B.
P.S.> yes unemployment does suck, but VB is right there with it. hopefully .Net will be a much needed improvement.
 
Axel Janssen
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Thats what I say.
Why not a little .net/c# forum.
Maybe I have to learn this, too to stay in market. At least saturday I installed MS-studio.net.
I don't like Microsoft.
Axel
 
Guennadiy VANIN
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Originally posted by Travis Benning:
MCSEBraindumps.com is a good source for cert help.
Travis B.
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I could not open this site.
Here is the help from Marilyn de Queiroz:
http://www.coderanch.com/forums/
[ December 10, 2002: Message edited by: G Vanin ]
 
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