Re: Can VB be as powerful as VC++?
Date: Sat, 5 Jun 2004 07:58:39 -0700
Just getting something "working" is unprofessional.
Getting it working right is the way to go. Doing something
half-ass will burn you in the end. You will have a bad
reputation with your peers. And I feel sorry for the
people who have to go in and support your work after
you've moved on. The way I look at it, if you at least try
your best to be a consummate professional, it will show
and you will ultimately benefit from it (new job, raise,
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