I just wanted to bring some attention to a resource that I think is extremely valuable for VB developers (and really, any .NET developer using any other language for that matter). MSDN has a website with 101 Code Samples for VB.NET 2005. There is also another website for those of you that haven’t upgraded to 2005 yet: 101 Code Samples for VB.NET 2003. Both of these sites have very valuable sample code for doing things such as network programming, using regular expressions, executing transactions, handling/changing ACL’s on files, accessing data, performing bulk data transactions, executing asynchronous operations (one of my favorite topics), using ClickOnce, creating ASP.NET pages and more! It is a great resource for those of you that just want to get it done and don’t want to waste a lot of time reading specifications on each class in System.Net or System.Data. The samples are robust and provide some great starting points for anyone interested in the many topics available in these samples. Check them out and let me know what you think!