Migration from VB6 to VB.NET

 There are still many Visual Basic 6.0 applications running in server’s customers, most of them back office applications that are critical for the business.  As the official Microsoft website shows, Visual Basic 6.0 extended support ended a few years ago, but you can hire some additional support for the runtime.       Applications must be…


Windows 8.1 now available!

Taken from the Windows Blog….Windows 8.1 is ready for download…Free for those running windows 8.   Less than a year ago we were preparing to launch Windows 8, which introduced our vision of highly personalized mobile computing. And here we are today announcing the global availability of Windows 8.1. Windows 8.1 demonstrates our commitment to continuously…


Web Deploy 3.1

We know that with Web Deployment Tool we can accomplish migrations between different IIS versions: Migrate 1 or 1,000 Web sites from IIS 6.0 to IIS 7 or above including all the configuration settings, content and certificates Migrate a single application Migrate an entire server (all Web sites, application pools, etc.) from IIS 6.0 to…


FixIt Center Pro

Hi Being a support engineer require to be updated about a vast array of support and research sources an sites. An article written by DougSymalla is worth Reading to learn how to use another Powerful Microsoft Support Site: FixIt Center Pro   http://blogs.technet.com/b/askpfeplat/archive/2012/10/08/before-opening-a-case-try-fixit-center-pro-and-see-how-it-can-save-you-time.aspx   Enjoy!


Predictions for application development software for 2013

  Based in a Article published by IDC the following are the 10 most important predictions for application development software for 2013: Enlightened coexistence between Web and native device application platforms will prevail; native deployed applications will remain dominant; Web platform (HTML5) technologies will make significant inroads. Embedded platforms will begin to align with major…


SSL Very Basic Good Video

I was navigating though YouTube and found a very well edited basic video about SSL and in order to not forget the ‘Way of Making it’ when I start creating my own videos, I wanted to put it in here. I actually shared it with my family because being it so simple, anyone can understand…