Faster Smarter Beginning Programming
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Faster Smarter Beginning Programming

by Jim Buyens
     
 

Now you can write your own programs with Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET—faster, smarter, and better. Dive in—this friendly, high-energy guide makes it easy to learn exactly what you need. Use the numbered steps, code listings, and expert tips to accelerate your programming productivity—and move on to doing the cool things you want to do!

Overview

Now you can write your own programs with Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET—faster, smarter, and better. Dive in—this friendly, high-energy guide makes it easy to learn exactly what you need. Use the numbered steps, code listings, and expert tips to accelerate your programming productivity—and move on to doing the cool things you want to do!

  • Learn basic concepts, syntax, and language elements
  • Follow easy coding techniques to build your dexterity
  • Write and run your first Visual Basic .NET program
  • Use built-in functions and classes or create your own
  • Design the user interface with Windows® Forms
  • Program Web applications using Microsoft ASP.NET
  • Access files and databases
  • Debug and deploy your new programs

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780735617803
Publisher:
Microsoft Press
Publication date:
11/13/2002
Series:
Faster Smarter Series
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
7.58(w) x 9.52(h) x 1.01(d)

Meet the Author

Jim Buyens is the senior PC-LAN administrator for AG Communication Systems, a leading provider of telecommunications switching equipment and software. An early champion of TCP/IP applications and connectivity, he architected a coast-to-coast corporate network with over 25 Windows NT® based servers and 1,000 client PCs. He’s also the Webmaster at www.agcs.com, designing, deploying, and overseeing an intranet with over 14,000 Web pages. He also maintains a Web site featuring support for his books and help in finding Windows NT resources. The URL is http://www.interlacken.com. He is the author of Building Net Sites With Windows NT: An Internet Services Handbook (Addison Wesley, July 1996) and Stupid Web Tricks (Microsoft Press, 1998).

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