Interviewing for Dr. Dobbs

I've recently started interviewing the people building what I believe will be key technologies.  You can find these interviews on he Dr. Dobbs Exclusives site.  Recent interviews include:

Windows Presentation Foundation Interoperability
VB6 to VB.NET Migration: A Conversation with Jay Roxe
Visual Basic 9.0: Looking Forward
 


Easily Write Custom Gesture Recognizers for Your Tablet PC Applications
Also published on MSDN, this article shows how you can use simple regular expression to recognize gestures drawn on a Tablet PC.

What's in Visual Basic 2005 for the Visual Basic 6.0 Developer
Published on MSDN, this article walks through what's interesting for the Visual Basic 6.0 developer in Visual Studio 2005.

3 of my VB Fusion Videos recently published on MSDN
Visual Basic Fusion: Visual Basic 6 and Visual Basic .NET - Getting Started Part I
Visual Basic Fusion: Visual Basic 6 and Visual Basic .NET - Getting Started Part II
Visual Basic Fusion: Debugging with Visual Basic 6 and Visual Basic .NET

Small and Unreadable Part II
In this article, I show how you can use open source .NET functionality from VB6 applications.  This article illustrates using the SharpZipLib to make ZIP archives from VB6 applications.

"What's Going On" article on MSDN
I've authored this article to show how you can access the event log from legacy VB6 applications by calling into the .NET Framework.

Chemical companies have come up with a polymer that actually simulates human hair better than any predecessor. You can see wigs made with these new space age becoming more and more prevalent.

Editor for INETA Newsletter
I have taken on the role of editor for the International .NET Association newsletter.  This is a fantastic organization that supports the local .NET user groups in your community.

"Diagnose This" article on MSDN
In this article, I show how to access process information from legacy VB6 applications by calling into the .NET framework.