Visual Basic .NET and the .NET Platform (VB.net)
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About the book
Microsoft Visual Basic .NET provides the productivity features developers need to rapidly create enterprise-critical Web applications. In Visual Basic .NET and the .NET Platform, author Andrew Troelsen shows developers how to use VB .NET for developing virtually every possible kind of .NET application. From Windows-based to Web-based applications, ADO .NET, XML Web services, and object-oriented language features, it's all here. There are detailed discussions of every aspect of .NET development and useful examples with no toy codeÖ. Troelsen starts with a brief philosophy of the VB .NET language and then quickly moves to key technical and architectural issues for .NET developers. Not only is there extensive coverage of the .NET framework, but Troelsen also describes the new object-oriented features of VB .NET including nested classes, inheritance and interface-based programming techniques. Readers also learn how to use VB .NET to accomplish object serialization, data access with ADO .NET, and building (and interacting with) .NET Web Services. Written in the same five-star style as his previous two books Developer's Workshop to COM and ATL 3.0 and C# and the .NET Platform, this is the comprehensive book on VB .NET and that developers have been waiting for!
Andrew Troelsen - Andrew Troelsen is currently the Vice President of Instruction at Intertech Incorporated. He has a degree in Mathematical Linguistics and South Asian Studies from the University of Minnesota. He currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota with his wife Amanda, and spends his free-time investigating .NET and waiting for the Vikings to win a Super Bowl. He is the author of the five star book 'Developer's Workshop to COM and ATL 3.0' that has become the standard reference for this older approach towards building Windows applications.