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Poker and VB.NET

Learn how to calculate each winning hand in Poker.

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Team Project Using Visual Studio Team Services

Read through these step-by step-guidelines and learn to create a new VSTS team project.

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Creating a Family Tree Using .NET

Create a graphical family tree, using either C# or VB.NET.

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Comparing Two Complex Objects in C#

Use the NuGet framework to create an object-to-object comparer that allows us to compare objects recursively.

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Saving an E-mail as an .eml File in C#

Discover a new "Outlook," and write some C# code that uses the .NET SmtpClient class to programmatically save e-mails in the EML format.

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Manipulating the Windows Context Menu with .NET

Learn how to add a 'Copy to Folder' option and another menu option onto the Windows context menu. The examples are given in C# and VB.NET.

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