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Player Upgrade, MYOLP
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   14 years ago

Today I made a change to the Amicron Video Player allowing you to download and install your courses without having to type in your installation password (or even paste it with CTRL-V as had been the case). If you're currently using the player, you should see a download notice when you open it up. It's a one-click upgrade.

MYOLP members can now access a complete list of all of my courses right from inside the Video Player. If you need help with this, Email Me.

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Richard Rost 
13 years ago
I have several VB6 courses that I'm planning on releasing. VB103 is almost finished and that uses VB6. There are a TON of programmers still using VB6, so there's still plenty of demand for instruction in it. Read More...
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Alan Hill 
14 years ago
Hi Rick, I read your comments on VB6 and VB.Net. As a hobbyist I would like to start programming again. So when you start your VB.NET courses I will jump on board with you. I will have to buy VB.NET eventually. Which version and how much will I have to pay? I will wait until you start. Then decide. I have a few projects in mind already. I did some great stuff (for me) using Amigabasic years ago. Then I let it all slip away. ASP.NET whats that? Read More...
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Richard Rost 
14 years ago
VB.NET is the next major version of the Visual Basic language. There are a lot of great improvements in it. A lot of these enhancements are things that "professional" programmers will find most useful, like true object-oriented inheritance, overloading, strict type checking, etc. But there are a lot of other cool enhancements in it too. Personally, I still use Visual Basic 6 for my own projects. If it ain't broke don't fix it, I always say. I have yet to come up to a programming problem where I couldn't find a solution in VB6. Unfortunately, I have to get with the times and start making some VB.NET and ASP.NET courses. New people learning how to program now days won't even be able to find VB6 to buy anymore... so I'll probably make one or two more VB courses, and then move up to VB.NET myself.
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