Building Client/Server Applications with VB .NET: An Example-Driven Approach is the manual on software development for enterprise application development. Jeff Levinson walks readers through how to write a complete applicationno "snippets" of codeand will show readers examples of how, when, and why to perform a task.
Visual Studio .NET and, more specifically, Visual Basic .NET give developers more productivity and more power to develop applications, but at the cost of a complex development environment and with a whole new set of potential bugs.
Database Programming with Visual Basic .NET functions as a reference book. But thanks to its many listings and tables, you'll find value reading it cover to cover! This book is all you need to get started with data access in VB .NET. Author Carsten Thomsen covers relational databases, Active Directory (LDAP) access, and MessageQueue.
Expert VB 2005 Business Objects takes you from an opening discussion of logical architectures to detailed n-tier deployment options using the CSLA .NET Framework. You'll be able to apply what you learn to your own projects.
In Rockford Lhotka's Expert VB 2008 Business Objects, you'll learn how to use advanced .NET Framework capabilities alongside object-oriented design and programming to create scalable, maintainable object-oriented applications.
This unique, all-inclusive "career in a book" aims to simplify the complex world of programming. Author Karl Moore covers every key area of real-life computer developmentand promises to turn even newbie programmers into VB .NET wizards, quicker than anyone else.
This unique tutorial teaches the fundamental concepts of object-oriented programming (OOP) while illustrating concepts with definitive and intuitive game programming examples. Written in a peer-to-peer language, this book is easily accessible to young coders.