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VBScript Enterprise Best Practices

New ReleasesLearn to make VBScripting a legitimate, respected part of any enterprise environment by learning to apply industry best practices for software development. You'll learn about in-code documentation and commenting, code modularization, leveraging Windows Script Files (WSFs) for standardization and easier deployment, scripting security, source change control, code review and testing, and more. Complete with plenty of samples and on-screen walkthroughs, this script will help you show the boss that you're serious about making scripting a safe, supportable part of the organization.

Presented by ScriptingAnswers.com Contributing Editor Jeffery Hicks.

9 chapters, running time: 0:46

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Table of Contents:



Introduction


The Dangers of Bad Practices


Documentation and Comments


Modularization


Using Windows Script Files


Security


Source Control


Review and Testing


Summary Judgment





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