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David Wasserman

David Wasserman is a Senior Software Developer residing in Toronto, Canada. He has over 10 years industry experience in a vast array of technologies and programming languages. David has also consulted for many companies in the banking, retail and communications industries via Grand Solutions Consulting Inc, where he is Vice-President. In recent years, David's focus has been working with Microsoft technologies, including Visual Basic, VB.NET, C#, ASP, ASP .NET, SQL Server and MS Access development. David can be reached at

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» Adding Spelling and Grammar Checking Functions into VB.NET Applications
Published 05/24/2003 | Interop | Rating:
Many applications can be enhanced by including spelling and grammar checking capabilities. Users will greatly appreciate these features and in addition, applications will appear more professional as they mimic popular programs like MS Word. This article will demonstrate how to add these functions to a Visual Basic.NET Windows Form project [read article...]
» Working with Isolated Storage in .NET
Published 08/04/2002 | .NET Framework Windows Development | Rating:
Among the vast number of classes and functions provided by the Microsoft .NET Framework, exists a new and powerful feature for storing information relating to users and applications called Isolated Storage. This article provides two Windows Application examples on how information can be accessed and used with isolated storage by utilizing ADO.NET and the XML namespaces. [read article...]
» Working with MS Access Stored Procedures in VB.NET. Part 2
Published 04/18/2002 | Data Programming Microsoft Access | Rating:
Part two demonstrates how to utilize the MS Access stored procedures by assembling a Database Tier that can be modelled and used in your own applications. This article will describe in detail one implementation of a Database Tier for Visual Basic.NET. [read article...]
» Working with MS Access Stored Procedures in VB.NET. Part 1
Published 02/27/2002 | Data Programming Microsoft Access | Rating:
One of the new features of the MS Jet 4.0 engine is to allow the creation and execution of stored procedures in MS Access database. This feature is often brushed over quickly in even the greatest of books about MS Access. Using stored procedures for both MS Access ans SQL Server, will greatly cut down on development time of the database tier, along with other benefits. Part one describes in detail how to create stored procedures in Access using ADO.NET and Visual Basic.NET. [read article...]