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Karl Moore's Visual Basic .NET: The Tutorials

by: Karl Moore

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Publisher: APRESS,Apr-2002

Category: VB.NET Level:

ISBN: 159059021X
ISBN13: 9781590590218

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Most programming books are about as exciting as Bill Gates' left ear. But with this latest eye-opening release, technology author Karl Moore shows it doesn't have to be quite so dull and uninspiring. Split into eight dynamic parts, Moore covers every key area of real-life computer development - and promises to turn even newbie programmers into VB.NET wizards, quicker than anyone else. Perfect for those learning VB.NET from scratch or moving from VB6.

  Karl Moore's Visual Basic .NET: The Tutorials consists of a number of key tutorials, each dealing with a specific 'real life' area of programming. The tutorials are broken down into easily digestible 10-page installments, with an accompanying FAQ and review sheet at the close. Numerous 'top tips' are also distributed throughout the texts to aid understanding.

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  Karl Moore - Karl Moore is a technology author living in Yorkshire, England. He runs his own consultancy group, White Cliff Computing Ltd. and is senior editor behind the popular development site, VB-World.com. When he's not writing for magazines, speaking at conferences, or making embarrassing mistakes on live radio, Karl enjoys a complete lack of a social life. You can visit Karl on the Web at www.karlmoore.com.

  Part 1: Beginning VB.NET

Part 2: Doing Databases

Part 3: Working the Web

Part 4: Going Mobile

Part 5: Using Objects

Part 6: Services Rendered

Part 7: From VB6 to .NET

Part 8: Tips and Techniques