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Colin Mackay

Originally from Edinburgh, Scotland, I have worked with Microsoft Visual C++ since about Version 2.1. I have been playing with the .NET Framework and C# since it was in beta but have been using it commercially since late 2002.

I originally started programming when I was about 9 years old, on a Sinclair ZX Spectrum with an amazing 48K memory! Natuarally I went for a computing degree. After leaving university I co-founded a company that developed a GIS product but am now working for an insurance company in Glasgow.

I am very active in the user community. I am a core member of Scottish Developers, and am responsible for arranging developer events in Glasgow and the west of Scotland. I am also a Member of the British Computer Society, a Code Project MVP 3 years running and now a Microsoft MVP.

Outside of software development, I am also the Vice President of Education of the Edinburgh Branch of Toastmasters International, an occasional cyclist and amature photographer.

Articles by this Author
» Passing Values Between Forms
Published 04/07/2007 | .NET Framework .NET Newbie Windows Development Win Forms | Rating:
I wrote this article in response to an almost overwhelming number of requests on forums on how to pass a variable from a one Windows Form to another. In fact, saying that it is going between one form and another is somewhat of a misnomer because this will work for any type of object not just Forms. This seems to be one area where beginners in VB.NET often get stuck. So, rather than having to repeat myself often in forums I wrote this article so that I could point people at it so that they will have the benefit of a full explanation as well as the answer to their problem. The code examples that come with this article is available for VB.NET. If you develop software in any of the other languages available for .NET then you can probably follow on too. The techniques are the same for all .NET languages the only difference should be in the language syntax. [read article...]