The MCSE upgrades (292/296) aren't done in our area but they have a VB .Net course.
I'm not nor do I desire to be a programmer. I went to college for it and then realized halfway through that it's not what I wanted to do. I do and am trying to become a better scripter and advance past the batch file stage (not that .bat's don't have their place for quick&dirty solutions) and I've hacked together two VBScripts already but have no other VB training.
So here's my question(s):
How much would a VB .Net course help someone like myself?
Does VB .Net differ from VBScript? I'm guessing it's just a version moniker (instead of VB4.3 or VB6).
If that's not the course for me there's a Programming MS SQL course that I can take, since I'm the SMS administrator I suppose it'd be nice to know how to directly query the SMS SQL server once in a while.