Programming VB .NET

A Guide For Experienced Programmers

By Jonathan Morrison , Gary Cornell

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In this comprehensive guide, authors Gary Cornell and Jonathan Morrison carefully explain the exciting features of Visual Basic .NET.

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-893115-99-6
  • 528 Pages
  • User Level: Beginner to Advanced
  • Publication Date: October 8, 2001
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • Print Book Price: $39.95
  • eBook Price: $27.99
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In Programming VB .NET: A Guide for Experienced Programmers, authors Gary Cornell and Jonathan Morrison carefully explain the exciting features of Visual Basic .NET. Since VB .NET is, for all practical purposes, a whole new language even for the most experienced Visual Basic programmers, developers need to think differently about many familiar topics. Cornell and Morrison are there to help you with careful discussions of each topic.

Cornell and Morrison write from the point of view of the experienced programmer, with constant references to the changes from earlier versions of VB. Developers learn how to use VB .NET for database programming through ADO.NET and web programming through ASP.NET. After reading Programming VB .NET: A Guide for Experienced Programmers, developers will have a firm grasp of the exciting VB .NET language and its uses in creating powerful .NET applications.

Who this book is for

All experienced programmers wishing to take advantage of the amazing powers of VB .NET will benefit from this book's careful treatment of fundamental topics, including inheritance, interfaces, and exception handling, as well as all the powerful newer features, such as stream-based I/O and true multithreading.

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