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panrider_uk
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PostPosted: 11:06 - 05 Nov 2018    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hong Kong Phooey wrote:
panrider_uk wrote:


VBSEdit is a nice little editor for vba which will compile your little utilities into .exe files.


Does it create a single .exe, or also a folder with dependencies?
I've used the Windows VBS environment and that compiles with those extras required for distribution.


Single .exe
https://www.vbsedit.com/faq/convertexe.asp

I write utilities in vbscript compile them and then bung them on our utility server for running on schedules.
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PostPosted: 18:12 - 08 Nov 2018    Post subject: Reply with quote

Been a web applications developer for like 17+ years.

Started as a hobby, learning html, making terrible black and red websites in the 90s then got asked about doing something with databases and taught myself classic asp.

Learnt pascal and c at college but that consisted of me writing a space invaders game within 2 weeks of starting the course and not bothering to do anything else for the rest of the year.. god i miss college.

I still do some classic as we have some legacy apps here but otherwise I'm fiddling with c#, mvc5+ .net, mssql, angularjs etc..

I do have qualifications in c#, visual studio apps, angularjs but everything else like html, css, javascript (jquery etc), sql, asp, blah blah is self taught.

I always like to learn new things and blazor is actually looking quite interesting. It's basically angular but the MS way using c#. full stack spa using webassembly. Quite cool.

As a job the company I work for writes and maintain a system various fire services (and nuclear plants) use to record all their training & incident recording and development on.
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PostPosted: 19:31 - 08 Nov 2018    Post subject: Reply with quote

MPLAB and LabView.
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Lord Percy
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PostPosted: 02:36 - 09 Nov 2018    Post subject: Reply with quote

supZ wrote:

I always like to learn new things and blazor is actually looking quite interesting. It's basically angular but the MS way using c#. full stack spa using webassembly. Quite cool.


I found out about Blazor a few months ago.

Definitely looking forward to it becoming a thing at the production level.

The first official release was announced very recently: Server-Side Blazor to Ship in .NET Core 3.0

When the client-side version is ready, I foresee a sharp rise in all things C#, all things Dotnet, and a rise in the hype around the "anything that isn't Javascript" mentality.
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PostPosted: 15:47 - 14 Nov 2018    Post subject: Re: Any programmers on BCF? Reply with quote

For a few years now - full L/WAMP stack with JS+JQuery (and some of that for greasemonkey recently) etc.
Also Android, Selenium in Java and a few other bits and pieces.

Separately, need to get back to learning Data Science/Python stuff - and right now I'm doing some C++ for Ardunio.

So definitely a 'master of none' Smile.
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