3
votes
1answer
148 views

Compiler warnings and errors [duplicate]

I come from a C# background before my existing role. I am developing a VB.NET app. The code I inherited had option strict set to off and all other directives set to 'None'. I have recently switched ...
0
votes
0answers
50 views

OPTION STRICT set to off

I am working on an application with over one million lines of code. OPTION STRICT is set to off!. I want to set it to ON during the next work iteration. I believe the only reason OPTION STRICT ...
1
vote
1answer
90 views

Multiple visual studio projects/solutions on the go

I am working on a large asp.net app as a single developer. I will often work on a number of change requests concurrently. For example, a change required to the Finance component and a change ...
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votes
3answers
5k views

How do I Export to excel on aspx page?

I am trying to take data that I request from an access database and put it into and excel file on the client computer. I usually use ajax to request a summary of the data I need. It is formatted ...
2
votes
3answers
1k views

Query regarding VBA as career option [closed]

I am a dot net developer, with over 7 years experience in VB, Vb.net, C# and Asp.net. Would it be worthwhile to learn VBA/VSTO? Would it be adding value to my career? Would there be any companies ...
2
votes
2answers
107 views

What sort of wiki or other solution can be used to put updates/software changes in our office? [closed]

We use sourcesafe to keep all of our code up to date in what we do in our office, but it's getting to the point where we need to write a few notes and attach different versions of our code for ...
0
votes
4answers
560 views

.Net - web controls and win form controls

The next version of the application will be a .NET based application (both desktop and web). The requirement is that both applications have to look and work exactly the same way. I was thinking that ...
3
votes
15answers
1k views

.NET Developers: Would you turn down a job [closed]

...if the company used VB.NET instead of C# or vice versa? Would the language choice in .NET be a deal breaker for you and if so why?