Paul Litwin, 5/5/2003 Topic to include .NET Controls
If you are looking for Greater New Orleans .NET User Group
We are proud to be a part of the new group forming to support .NET developers
GNONUG Community Site - pronounced "KNOW .NET User Group"
Please also take the time to visit the yahoo group mail list online today. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/gnonug !
Poll for Meetings
We are now monitoring a poll at our yahoo groups site to see if we will hold our regular Monday night meetings. If we don't have more than 7 members in agreement to meet, then we will not hold the regular meeting. Please visit our poll page before attempting to attend our Monday meeting. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/vblg/polls
Focus Summer 2003
Latest VBLG News (Latest Review of Tech Ed 2003) Tech Ed presentations are available for the group to view.
TipTrax database see Services for more info about it.
The Visual Basic Learners Group is composed of application programmers who are interested in learning more about Microsoft Visual Basic. This is the official internet site for the VBLG and as such should be used as the doorway to the groups pages. We invite you to attend our meetings if you have any interest in Visual Basic, VBA, or VBScript. We are a Special Interest Group (SIG) of the New Orleans Personal Computer Club, membership in the NOPC Club enables you to attend all meetings of the VBLG. The VBLG meets every Monday night at McCann Electronics from 6:30pm-8:30pm. McCann Electronics is located on the corner of Airline Dr and Division St at 100 Division St.
To serve the Visual Basic Developer Community in the Greater New Orleans area. To help educate developers on programming using Visual Basic.
Operating since February 1999 at least 40 meetings each year.
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We are composed of experienced Visual Basic programmers who help mentor beginner and intermediate Visual Basic programmers and those interested in VB programming.
Many members feel that experiencing the VBLG can help programmers learn more details about the Visual Basic development process.
Most or our VB Mentors are self-employed and will gladly assist in most helping to solve most programming problems related to Visual Basic.
Please contact the VBLG through our specific mail list.
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