As the video tries to explain, I am currently unemployed - laid off. The code in this application is meant to show off a few features (treeview, drag and drop, DB updates, new entries, etc...) so take the actual screen contents with a pinch of salt. The treeview took me a while to get my head around (not used it before) but within its limits it works. The D&D code is just to show that one central list can be then used by more than one field on the screen.
Hey, I have over 40 years 'expertise' in IT (yes I do...) but that means I am a generalist - I am very good in maybe a dozen different things (do you want a DBA? A VB6 coder? a VB.Net coder? Do you want a project lead, a Senior Project Manager...? - wth do you want?) I can cover most bases. My C# is ...new, but given my background then I can pick up new things pretty quickly. :)
One thing you should appreciate - I am now not a VB.Net expert (whatever THAT means!). I actually am something of a nerd/geek and like to explore what is possible within the VB world. This sampler is my base version for a CRM system. It works! It stores everything within SQL tables.
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I am now actively looking for alternative employment. Still a frustrated VB coder - frustrated because I have been 'doing' this since VB3 days and now find myself in a job that has zero VB exposure for me. I would ideally like to work from home (wouldn't we all!) but that is not likely.
Hertfordshire based and keen to learn new things all the time. If anyone wants to crowd fund me around 50,000 GBP then I can take this CRM a lot further; until then it's something I work at in my (all too little of) spare time.
By night I masquerade as a member of a couple of local choirs (strictly amateur, folks...) :)