a) Do you code your own properties and classes (so far I did not get the hang of it)
I do understand how to use what is built into Access for the most part (the Excel properties sometimes confuses me :-) )
If you do, do you also code VB.NET
If I do not know yet how to code custom properties and classes, given that I have been using A2003 and A2010
do you think I could get started quickly.....
b) I am not sure if this is a bad thing, the way I get/update data is by using DAO and handwriting SQL and placing it
in a string to be executed by CurrentDB
In A2010, do you use ADO or DAO
In VB.NET do you use ADO, DAO, or maybe you use SQL Server and use something else like stored procedures
You see, I am trying to figure out if I can apply for VB.NET positions without having actually coded in VB.NET.
Being honest in my cover letter and resume about, just wanting to know if I can explain that it would not be a huge learning curve ....