"I'm a VB" Interview: Deborah Kurata, Visual Basic MVP

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While at one of the MVP summit parties I coaxed Deborah Kurata, Visual Basic MVP (and my local UG leader), into chatting with me about what kind of applications she builds for her customers, what her favorite features are and how long she's been using her language of choice. It was a fun, loud party and Deborah has a quiet voice but it's an interesting interview nonetheless. Check out Deborah's MVP bio

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About the “I’m a VB” Interview series:
Who’s the “typical VB.NET developer”? Is there one? There are millions of VB.NET developers in the world, and they each have their own unique story. We decided to talk to some of them to find out what kinds of applications they’re building, what technologies they’re using, and what their favorite features are. Watch the interviews and find out for yourself who today's VB.NET developers really are!


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