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Microsoft Visual C++.NET 2003 Kick Start
     

Microsoft Visual C++.NET 2003 Kick Start

by Kate Gregory
 

Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 2003 Kick Start is targeted toward developers interested in making the jump to .NET, working programmers already familiar with another programming language or the previous version of VS. Visual C++ .NET 2003 Kick Start speeds through basic concepts and focuses on practical examples and benefits of moving to VC++ .NET. This

Overview

Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 2003 Kick Start is targeted toward developers interested in making the jump to .NET, working programmers already familiar with another programming language or the previous version of VS. Visual C++ .NET 2003 Kick Start speeds through basic concepts and focuses on practical examples and benefits of moving to VC++ .NET. This book explains how VC++ code interacts with the .NET Framework, the extra capabilities of VC++ compared to VB.NET and C# in .NET code interoperability, how to use Windows Forms (a new feature for VC++ .NET in the 2003 edition), and how to migrate from Visual Studio 6 and COM. The author covers the use of managed and unmanaged Visual C++ code, using both types for most examples. Full of code examples, tips, and professional insights, this book provides maximum learning with minimum investment of time and effort.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780672326004
Publisher:
Sams
Publication date:
10/01/2003
Series:
Kick Start Series
Pages:
318
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)

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Meet the Author

Kate Gregory, Microsoft Regional Director for Toronto, Ontario, is a founding partner of Gregory Consulting Limited. For the past 17 years her firm has been developing software using tools like .NET, XML, Web Services, VC++, VB, C#, ASP, Java, and Perl. Kate teaches and develops courses for a variety of corporate clients and is an adjunct faculty member at Trent University. She is in demand as an expert speaker, with five cross-country tours for Microsoft Canada in the past two years, and talks at Tech Ed USA and Europe. Kate is the author of numerous books for Que Publishing, including four editions of Special Edition Using Visual C++. She also writes a Visual C++ column at CodeGuru.

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