On behalf of the Microsoft Visual Basic team, I’d like to wish all of our readers a happy & healthy new year. We truly enjoy getting to know you through your comments and emails, so here’s an opportunity to say "thanks"!
As we move forward to 2009, I thought it would be interesting to take a look back at "the best of 2008". Here’s a list of the most popular posts each month (based on the # of aggregate views):
January: VB2008 Outperforms VB2005! (Lisa Feigenbaum)
February: Converting SQL to LINQ, Part 9: Full Outer Join (Bill Horst)
March: VSLive San Francisco Content (Amanda Silver)
April: "Git Over Here": Making Your Windows Mind Their Manners (Matt Gertz)
May: LINQ Deep Dive and Best Practices Presentation Materials (Lisa Feigenbaum)
June: PInvoke Interop Assistant on CodePlex (Jared Parsons)
July: Channel 9 Interview: Jared Parsons on the P-Invoke Interop Assistant (Beth Massi)
August: Channel 9 Interview: New Editor Features in Visual Studio 2008 SP1 (Beth Massi)
September: Visual Basic and CSharp IDEs Uncensored (Lisa Feigenbaum)
October: VB Video Tutorials on ASP.Net Dynamic Data (Lisa Feigenbaum)
November: "Future Directions of Visual Basic" Interview with Paul Vick (Lisa Feigenbaum)
December: Channel9 series: Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 Week! (Lisa Feigenbaum)
And now, here’s to Visual Basic in 2009 & beyond!