Monthly archives: October, 2005

Modules in Visual Basic .NET

If you are a Visual Basic 6 programmer getting your feet wet with Visual Basic .NET, you would certainly go through an unavoidable phase which involves a mixture of happiness and sadness – the pain of finding some feature of VB6 not being supported in VB.NET and the happiness of finding that some of your …

Event driven programming with Visual Basic .NET

If you are a C# developer with no knowledge of Visual Basic.NET, probably you would like to read this instead. If you have programmed in C# and VB.NET you would have noticed that the languages are very similar and there exists a line-to-line correlation with the same program written in these languages. In fact many …

The Tipping Point

I wrote this some months ago, but forgot to publish it at that time. It has been quite some time since a read a book from start to finish. In fact it has been years. Last week, Abhishek and Prasanth had come to Bangalore and I went to The Forum with them. In LandMark I …

Amazon Review

I spend a lot of time reading the reviews of books at Amazon. That gives a better idea of what books to buy if I’m interested in learning about a particular topic. I wouldnt say that all reviews are correct or would be made with an impartial mindset, but in general you would get an …

Interested in me ? Subscribe please !

The contents of this blog may not interest you as did its title, because its a technical one. I have decided to include more technical articles (inspite of the fact that there are gazillion tech blogs out there) not because I think this one is going to be better than them but just because it …

Shocking News !

The most shocking incident I have heard in recent times. I got this mail from a friend. Read On…. Hi! I would like to bring to notice a certain injustice that I have subjected to at the Bangalore Railway Station (Majestic). On September 30 (Friday), 2005, I had been to the station to see off …