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Latest OOP Articles
How to create an object using the Singleton pattern in VB.NET
Everyone has ideas about how to build software. Explore some common fallacies and collect some hints that may help you along the way. All of the ideas are the opinion of the author (who is sometimes wrong).
Learn how to model a very simple football game engine and identify the design problems in it.
Many people who understand OOP well enough to use it are trying to create it too. Paul Kimmel says that's often when OOP becomes POO.
Paul Kimmel says the next big paradigm shift in programming will be based on .NET. Find out what he predicts VB's role will be in this coming change, and why he wonders whether Microsoft dropped the ball with VB.NET.
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A pointer-to-member represents a location inside a class; selecting a member means offsetting into it. Explore this intricate idea. With examples.
Read through various ways to license and protect your .NET applications from potential pirates. You may find the perfect choice for your own work.
Explore two ways to check whether an application is already running. Example code is both in C# and VB.NET.
Discover the world of Portable Class Libraries (PCLs) and how they can work for you.