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  • November 19, 2002
  • By Karl Moore
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And so there we have it a rundown of all the latest technology buzzwords in one short article.

Every day, half the messages I receive ask why Microsoft is removing the Line control in Visual Basic 7, why they have to keep messing around with the language syntax, why they're abolishing WebClasses. They're worried, concerned about retraining, uneasy about what might be around the corner.

The other half? They ask why it took so long.

In short, change is inevitable. Without it, we can't progress, we can't move on to the next level. So brace it with both hands and rest assured that here at VB-World, we'll provide you with all the information you need to keep on top of the times.

Anyway, enough serious geek speak. Who's gonna sing a round of Jitterbug with me?





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