Im A visual basic 6 programmer i made a splash screen but what is the coding i need to make the splash screen come up first and then go away right before the actual program comes up?
I'm going to school to be a programmer. I am taking classes (intro and advanced) on C/C++/C# and Java, and i am also taking a class about Visual Basic. How are the job markets for programmers with these 5 languages? are there any better languages (job wise) that i should learn also?
I am going for an 2 year (associate) degree, but i might go for 4 if i need to to be able to get a job.
Hey guys, I started today my first semester of college. Im getting an associates in Computer programming. They teach Visual basic, Java, and c++.
Will I be able to get a job pretty easy? Hows the job market for programmers? And what salary am I looking at?
I maintain mostly legacy COBOL/CICS code but I also have to do Visual Basic 6.0 on occasion and also maintain applications that involve lots of network interfacing with TCP/IP. I program in the zOS environment and Windows. We do not have strict job descriptions at work. Some days I feel more like a system admin than a computer programmer. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
Would an employer still take someone who's been through years of independent study as well as someone who came out with a bachelor's degree?
I am 24 and finally getting around to wanting to learn how to program .NET, C#, Visual Basic etc. I've been trying to look around at what type of Microsoft Certification try to shoot for. I tried looking in to this 4 years ago, and it seems the names have changed for all of the certifications. Could anyone lead me in the right direction on this?
As a Bonus: What books would you recommend me getting to start learning C#?
Thanks in advance.
To become a systems adminstrator you need a qualification like MSCE. Are there any professional qualifications that lead to a career in software engineering?
I'm keen to learn C+ or visual basic, not sure which language is better though, from a career point of view?
Do I need a degree in computing first before I can become a programmer?
I am currently 15 years old and in year 10. I was wondering what subjects i should take in order to become a lead programmer as I am sure it is what I want to do when I am older. I am currently on track for A* grades in I.T, physics, chemistry, biology, maths and an A grade in English and history. I am also learning python in I.T and soon visual basic. I am thinking about going to sixth form college in Colchester.The subjects I have looked at are:
IB compute science
Maybe one other and a computer science degree in university. I would just want some advise and anything i should do to help me now. The place where I want to work is Bethesda and I do know that I would have to start of a just a programmer then become a lead programmer. Thanks for any advice given.
I have taken classes in Desktop Publisher, FrontPage, Access, Word, QuickBooks Pro, PowerPoint, Visual Basic,Data Entry, plus 4 Accounting classes including Payroll. I just need some ideas because I would like to work in all areas that take creativity and imagination. I have also had 15 years of cashiering but due to surgeries I can no longer stand on my feet for that job.
Thanks in advance for your ideas.
What is the most popular and used language in the desktop application programs?
can i studi only 1 programming language and focus on it, and find a job with it
shoul i study the SQL with any language im gonna choose between java or visual basic?
I keep on telling him to be a docter and stop thinking about being a computer prgrammer. He tells me no and says he wants to be a computer programmer because that what he enjoys the most. And i must admit the games he has created on his visual basic program are amazing. But thats not the point . How can i make him stop thinking about this idea? and also i want him to go to university, but he says no and says he has a plan to go to college. Im not trying to get in his way i just want him to be succesful in life.
Ok so I'm a pretty decent programmer. I know C and C++. I used to know Visual Basic a long time ago. I have no official experience though.
I want to get a job as a programmer, but I've been looking on Monster.com and each one of them wants somebody with experience, without exception.
Also, it seems like they want somebody familiar with ASP and .NET and I don't know much about that stuff.
How can I get my foot in the door?
I know Visual Basic allows you to make software and other programs. I was wondering if you could make your own software like do it on your own spare time and learn it by yourself instead of wasting 4 years in a school to do it. I want to make my own software programs to earn my own money. Have my own business instead of having a boss.
I'm willing to work for less than professionals charge, and my work is professional quality.
I'm well-versed in many languages but would prefer working in PHP, Visual Basic 6.0, or Visual Basic .NET 2005.
How can I find a job programming?
I took a Programming Logic and Problem Solving class in college a couple years ago. My instructor approached me after class and told me I had talent for it, though I was stupid and neglected that. We were using Visual Basic for the entire length of the course. I enjoyed it, I was decent at it, and I want to teach myself something valuable while I spend the next four months of my life on a boat...
What language should I study if I'm serious about becoming a freelance programmer?
I wish to develop an accounting software in Visual Basic 2005 or C#. I need some advice in form links, tutorials or ebooks. Is any SDK to download for Visual Studio 2005 which include accounting references? Thank you!
If I found intro to programming concepts (visual basic) to be a very tough course in college should I b thinking of another major besides CIS?
I have almost completed one year of programming so far: SQL, COBOL, C#, Visual Basic (Full language of COBOL). My college teaches these because of the area I live in where they still have all old mainframe systems. It seems that networking security is much more beneficial anyways I don't know, i feel lost. I don't know very many people to talk to. I would really like to travel the world on business though.
I am a computer software student in iran and i we study c++ and visual basic and recently c# and asp.net. and data structure and other lessons but we havent learn any good programming i mean most of us are not good programmers and i want to ask do you have these problems and what do you study?
I just want to know what the different jobs are that are associated with game design, such as programming and 3d modeling and all that. I also want to know what the avg. salaries are for the jobs.
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