Sams Teach Yourself More Visual Basic.NET in 21 Days provides step-by-step coverage of the most important new features of Visual Basic.NET and .NET that will allow programmers to begin creating rich Web applications and Web Services. Intermediate programmers gain the knowledge and skills to be able to design professional Windows applications and Web services. See how to use previous VB skills in this new environment. Covered topics include:
- The .NET Framework; Classes and how to work with them;
- Databases--the types available and how to pick the right one;
- Review SQL and how to use it;
- Application design process including developing a working prototype;
- Create control objects that enhance applications;
- How to use Crystal Reports; error-handling, performance, testing, and debugging;
- How to get a product to market;
- How to make use of XML in VB.NET.
|Series:||Sams Teach Yourself Series|
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About the Author
Lowell Mauer has worked in the field of data processing for more than 22 years as a programmer, instructor, and consultant. He has taught programming at Brooklyn College in New York City and Montclair State College in New Jersey, and has developed and marketed several Visual Basic applications, including a SQL Server-based reservation system for a private golf course. As a manager he has attended and presented training sessions in several countries and is an expert is more than six computer languages, including Visual Basic and Transact-SQL. He currently is a senior consultant in New York City.