Jamie Balfour BSc

Welcome to my personal website!

Technology enthusiast

I am very interested in technology, particularly relating to computer science. I am most interested in web design and development.

My main hobby is programming. One of my most well known products from this is ZPE. I also am the sole creator of BalfBlog, BalfBar and BalfSlider.

A little bit about me

In 1997, when I was six years of age, I got my very first computer. I was always very interested in the ins and outs of it and dismantled it to see how it worked.

Years later, in 2016 I received my BSc (with honours) in Computer Science, obtaining a First class degree.

I'd like to welcome you to my website and hope you enjoy using it as much as I have enjoyed building it!

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Jamie Balfour BSc
Full stack developer

VB.NET tutorial

VB.NET is a Microsoft developed language that is a member of the .NET family of languages. This tutorial will show you the basics and more advanced features of VB.NET including graphics manipulation and more.

Part 1 - An introduction

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1.1What this tutorial is

Part 2 - Getting started

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2.1An introduction to VB.NET
2.2Using the Visual Studio IDE
2.3Comments in VB.NET
2.4Basic output methods
2.5Basic input methods

Part 3 - The basics

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3.1Methods in VB.NET
3.2Variables and constants in VB.NET
3.3Classes, modules and structures in VB.NET
3.4Arrays and lists in VB.NET
3.5Strings in VB.NET
3.6Operators in VB.NET
3.7Access modifiers

Part 4 - Controlling the flow of a program

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4.1If statements
4.2Loops
4.3Handling errors

Part 5 - Classes in VB.NET

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5.1Using classes
5.2Abstraction and inheritance
5.3Interfaces and implementation

Part 6 - ´╗┐Building a graphical interface

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6.1Basic Form construction
6.2Control properties, methods and events
6.3Defining a custom user control

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