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Visual Basic .NET Class Design Handbook: Coding Effective Classes

by: Damon Allison, Andy Olsen, James Speer

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Publisher: APRESS,2003/09/30

Category: VB.NET Level: I/A

ISBN: 1590592751
ISBN13: 9781590592755

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Since the announcement of Visual Basic .NET, a lot has been made of its powerful new object-oriented features. However, very little discussion has been devoted to the practice of object-oriented programming at its most fundamental level - that is, building classes. The truth is, whatever code you write in Visual Basic .NET, you are writing classes that fall within the class hierarchy of the .NET Framework. Visual Basic .NET Class Design Handbook was conceived as a guide to help you design these classes effectively, by looking at what control we have over our classes, and how Visual Basic .NET turns our class definitions into executable code.


  his book will give you a deep and thorough understanding of the implications of all the decisions you can make in designing a class, so you are equipped to develop classes that are robust, flexible and reusable. In short, this book will take you from a theoretical understanding of the basic principles of OO programming to the ability to write well-designed classes in actual applications.


          Author Information


  Damon Allison - Damon Allison: Damon is an IT consultant in Minneapolis, MN focusing on implementing Microsoft technologies. Arguably, Damon has a life outside of programming. He enjoys playing golf and has high hopes someday he'll be good at it.

Andy Olsen - Andy is a freelance consultant engaged in training, consultancy, and development work in Microsoft .NET and related technologies. Andy studied Physics at Southampton University in England, and began his professional life as a C developer. As the 1990s came and went, Andy migrated into C++, Visual Basic, Java, and OO Analysis and Design using UML. He has been using Microsoft development tools and technologies since 1987, and has fond memories and many tall stories to tell of times gone by.


  James Speer - James has worked in software development since 1987. Beginning his career with BCPL and C++, James has more recently specialized in distributed middle-tier development using Visual Basic, XML, MSMQ, and SQL Server. James is currently a Senior Developer at Charteris plc providing prescriptive guidance, mentoring, and development expertise for Charteris clients.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Defining Types

Chapter 2: Type Members

Chapter 3: Methods

Chapter 4: Constructors and the Object Lifecycle

Chapter 5: Properties

Chapter 6: Events and Delegates

Chapter 7: Inheritance and Polymorphism

Chapter 8: Code Organization and Metadata

Chapter 9: Support, Errata, and forums.apress.com