Microsoft © is slowly abandoning VB … get out while you can, it only hurts the first time.
One of the greatest strengths of the Visual Basic Language is that a beginner can learn to do many useful things fairly quickly.
One of the greatest weaknesses of Visual Basic Programmers is that they will learn to do a many useful things fairly quickly, and then they will stop learning anything.
When I was working in training people would ask, "What if I pay to train my people and they leave?" I would ask them, "What if you don't train them, and they STAY?!" If you believe you don't need training, you are wrong. This business changes too fast to not be constantly learning something new.
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