VB Livin’ in a C# World

A favorite college professor, when asked why programming classes were taught predominantly in C++ instead of Visual Basic, would reply, “C++ is a language for adults.”  Though perhaps indelicately stated, the thought was not without merit.  Not only is C++ … Read More

.NET Code Obfuscation

One of the key features of the .NET is that assemblies (a fancy name for DLLs and EXEs) created in a .NET language are compiled to an intermediate step and use a common language runtime, or CLR, rather than being … Read More