An Introductory text on Visual Basic using the freely downloadable Visual Basic 2010 Express Edition. The easiest technical book you'll ever read. Open it up and see for yourself. Join Professor Smiley's Visual Basic.Net class as he teaches essential skills in programming, coding and more. Using a student-instructor conversational format, this book starts at the very beginning with crucial programming fundamentals. You'll quickly learn how to identify customer needs so you can create an application that achieves programming objectives---just like experienced programmers. By identifying clear client goals, you'll learn important programming basics---like how computers view input and execute output based on the information they are given---then use those skills to develop real-world applications. Participate in this one-of-a-kind classroom experience and see why Professor Smiley is renowned for making learning fun and easy.
|Publisher:||John Smiley Publishing|
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About the Author
John Smiley, MCP, MCSD, MCT has been programming and teaching for more than 25 years, and has written over 15 books on Computer Programming. He is the President of John Smiley and Associates, a computer consulting firm serving clients both large and small in the Philadelphia Metropolitan area. John is also an adjunct professor of Computer Science at Penn State University, Philadelphia University, and Holy Family University, and also teaches in a variety of Internet venues.
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Learn to Program with Visual Basic 2010 Express based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Excellent introduction to the Visual Basic language. Written like a story but with real programming and an application that moves from chapter to chapter, albeit not a very useful application, but a look at the complete development process from the first go-see with the client and developing specs to final delivery. Skills learned here are highly transferable to the real world.
Very well written. Most of the book takes you thru the development of a real world pragram, teaching the concepts needed along the way. Good for a beginner or somebody like me who needs a lot of refreshment.