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What tech skill do you want to learn?

What tech skill do you want to learn? It can be for home or business?

Share your thoughts and I'll try give you some pointers.
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Re: What tech skill do you want to learn?

I am looking to better understand programming. I see it more and more in my job, specially SQL,, VB, C++ even DOS batch scripting which I recall only 40% of that dinosaur. Can you help? I missed the BNU but it's nice you see you have kept up with it.
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Re: What tech skill do you want to learn?

VB, I found this site by Googling VB Courses, BN University directed me here. Does this still exist?
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Re: What tech skill do you want to learn?

I wouldn't mind learning some Objective C, or anything that would let me program for Macs. I love OS X, and I'm really looking forward to Leopard. I might even just program in my spare time if I don't do it for a living, but I need a good foundation and then to move on until I can learn the advanced stuff. Thanks!
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