VB .NET in 60 Minutes a Day

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Do you want to master programming basics and harness the new tools and techniques that .NET brings to Visual Basic? Within this book and online seminar, you'll get in-depth technology overviews, tips, and step-by-step labs. Integrated question and answer sessions that contain questions from actual Visual Basic .NET students and the classroom-style approach provide a level playing field for people of varying backgrounds and experience.
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Overview

Do you want to master programming basics and harness the new tools and techniques that .NET brings to Visual Basic? Within this book and online seminar, you'll get in-depth technology overviews, tips, and step-by-step labs. Integrated question and answer sessions that contain questions from actual Visual Basic .NET students and the classroom-style approach provide a level playing field for people of varying backgrounds and experience.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471425489
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 7/21/2003
  • Series: Gearhead Press Series, #26
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 720
  • Product dimensions: 7.42 (w) x 9.18 (h) x 1.56 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Introduction
Pt. 1 The .NET Experience 1
Ch. 1 Nothing but .NET 3
Ch. 2 Building Visual Basic .NET Windows Applications 29
Ch. 3 Examining Visual Basic .NET 57
Ch. 4 Debugging and Exception Handling 91
Pt. 2 Middle-Tier Development in .NET 119
Ch. 5 Advanced .NET Windows Applications 121
Ch. 6 Building Class Libraries in .NET 161
Ch. 7 Extending Visual Basic .NET Classes 193
Ch. 8 Implementation Inheritance 221
Ch. 9 Interfaces and Polymorphism 247
Ch. 10 Data Access in .NET 275
Ch. 11 Memory Management and Performance Monitoring 311
Ch. 12 Threading 341
Pt. 3 Web Technologies in .NET 371
Ch. 13 ASP.NET 373
Ch. 14 Data Control and XML in Web Applications 409
Ch. 15 XML Web Services 445
Pt. 4 Distribution and Interoperability in .NET 483
Ch. 16 Interoperability 485
Ch. 17 Mobile Internet Toolkit 511
Ch. 18 Localization and Globalization 549
Ch. 19 Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic .NET Migration 577
Ch. 20 Distributing .NET Projects 613
App. A Installing .NET 647
App. B About the 60 Minutes Web Site 651
App. C: Glossary 655
Index 661
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2004

    Needs insight, clarity, references......

    It has some interesting chapters on ASP.NET and ADO.NET and has good introduction to the windows in the Visual .NET development environment and what they mean etc. It also introduces nicely the debugger, but I would venture a guess that the writers of this book on Visual Basic .Net did litle or no development with that language, when they put together a few sample programs which they offer without a sense of coherence, without careful, progresive development of the language fundamentals and without the necessary steps to actually use the VB .NET Library. At any rate you can read the examples at nauseum but you wont learn the fundamental techniques to develop software using VB .NET with this book, The excersises in the book are in great part mechanistic in nature as you will be just copying things without gaining much insight. One thing the authors make clear, though, is that there are lots of objects somewhere and that it is much different than plain Visual Basic. By the way, the authors forget to tell you on the book cover that their target audience is one already familiar with plain Visual Basic. But, curiously, even if you are an expert in Visual Basic the book does not show how that would help in developing with VB .NET.

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