May 2005 - Posts
I've been going through Jason Bere's excellent book - Teach Yourself Visual Studio.NET 2003 in 21 Days as a way of re-acquainting myself with both developing and the .NET framework etc. I've been faithfully doing a day at a time, but now... I'm stuck, and apparently its because I'm a smart-arse with SQL2005 instead of SQLExpress.
Day 5 - Writing ASP.NET applications is here.
Can it be done???
Not wanting to blow my own trumpet but I'm fairly clever, done a bit of .NET and kind of know my way around the framework. As you all probably know by now, I've not touched an IDE in 12 months (true) and not even been online in the past year (IT CAN BE DONE!!! YOU DON'T DIE!!!!!!) so surely I of all peeps should be able to fulfull the prediction of these books...
Roll up, Roll up...watch me make an arse of myself lol.
First article is here..
After almost exactly 12mths of not having picked up Visual Studio (or been online for that matter) I find that
a) I have a ton of email to sort through
b) I can't remember how to tie my own shoe-laces (figuratively speaking)
c) My typing has gone to ratsh*t.
So, without looking at any websites or books, just how far can an extremely rusty developer get using Visual Studio 2005?
Let the bodging begin