Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Sql Server Analysis Services, BI, Workflow Foundation and Windows Communication Foundation
Now, that's funny. In the spirit of the true championism. :-)
Did you get e-mail I've sent you yesterday?
I don't think that is realy singled out on VB. It's realy easy for anyone learning any language to be a self-proclaimed programmer. All you have to do is develop a few things that the non-computer savvy people around you see as 'cool' and watch the ego go through the roof. *speaks from personal experience* It realy isn't until you get into a community of coders, get shredded apart by every weakness, and in some cases everything you do is a weakness, before anyone realy realizes they have a whole shitload to learn. it's usualy around that time the humblness sets in.
But then again this is comming from someone who didn't learn anything formally, went through the self proclimation and ego boost and got tore the fuck apart to realize I knew nothing in the beginning. heh. I've also never touched VB. It's never suited my applications.
i have quite a few things to say about the "self-proclaimed" programmer...
"And it was written by a VB Programmer"
Heh. Isn't that an oxymoron? I think they should make it an english language rule that you can't say "VB", and "programmer" or "developer" in the same sentence. They pretty much exclude each other. Sort of like "well-spoken" and "President Bush". Some things just don't go together.
"i have quite a few things to say about the "self-proclaimed" programmer... "
We wouldn't have noticed Phil..he hehehe..
on the general:
I've seen that plus a lot worse being done by "supposed" C# developers in recent times but it's definitely a classic.
I'm not sure what experience/jobs qualifies as a "programmer/developer" but sometimes you do wonder!