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Visual Basic Express Edition Fundamentals

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    InfoCentral

    I am going through the Visual Basic Fundamentals: Development for Absolute Beginners and it lesson 4 about IDE it states the following but I when I search for this I can't find it anywhere.  Does anyone know where there series are located?  Thanks...

    A more complete discussion of features is found in the Visual Basic Express Edition Fundamentals and the Visual Studio Fundamentals series, also available on Channel9.

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    JoshRoss

    @InfoCentral: Are you looking for this?

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    InfoCentral

    No, that is the series I am going through and quoted from.  If you look down at Lesson 04 of that series it refers to 2 other series which I can't seem to locate.

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    JoshRoss

    @InfoCentral: Those series do not seem to exist. While a little old, the 10-4 series covered much of what is in visual studio 2010.

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    BobTabor

    Hi, I apologize for the confusion.  When I first began talking with Channel9 about creating videos, we had a number of series planned.  Over time, that got molded, transformed, re-thought and re-imagined.  As of this moment, to my personal knowledge, we are not creating that series.  Of course, Microsoft listens (!!!) and if that is the content you want (specifically from ME) then Microsoft will make that happen.

    As @JossRoss explains (above) similar content is covered on Channel9 and via other resources on Microsoft, MSDN, etc. 

    Again, I apologize for the confusion my (premature) statement in that video caused.

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    CaRDiaK

    Microsoft Listen, we want more Bob!

    Personally have gained a ton of knowledge through this guy Big Smile

    We can only see a short distance ahead, but we can see plenty there that needs to be done.
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