Programming VB .NET: A Guide For Experienced Programmers
Gary Cornell, Jonathan Morrison
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In Programming VB .NET: A Guide for Experienced Programmers, Gary Cornell and Jonathan Morrison carefully explain the exciting new features of Visual Basic .NET. Since VB .NET is, for all practical purposes, a whole new language even for the most experienced Visual Basic programmers, developers need to think differently about many familiar topics. Cornell and Morrison are there to help you with careful discussions of each topic.
All experienced programmers wishing to take advantage of the amazing new powers of VB .NET will benefit from their careful treatment of fundamental topics including inheritance, interfaces, and exception handling, as well as all the powerful new features such as stream-based I/O and true multithreading.
Cornell and Morrison write from the point of view of the experienced programmer, with constant references to the changes from earlier versions of VB. Developers learn how to use VB .NET for database programming through ADO.NET and Web programming through ASP.NET. After reading Programming VB .NET: A Guide for Experienced Programmers, developers will have a firm grasp of the exciting new VB .NET language and its uses in creating powerful .NET applications.
Gary Cornell - Gary Cornell is the co-founder of Apress and is a popular author of programming books. He wrote one of today's best-selling Visual Basic tutorials, Visual Basic 6 from The Ground Up, and is a co-author of today's top-selling Java book, Core Java.
Jonathan Morrison - Jonathan Morrison has written several books on C++ and Visual Basic programming, and has over seven years of experience developing applications in Visual Basic, C++, and Java. He has consulted for Racal Datacom, The Maxim Group, and Cyberguard, and has held lead development positions at AIG, Autonation USA and Digitalbond Inc. He currently works for Microsoft's 'Solution Integration Engineering' team, where he helps Microsoft's enterprise customers design, develop, and debug their large scale applications.
Chapter 1: Why VB.NET
Chapter 2: The IDE
Chapter 3: Fundamental Language Features
Chapter 4: Objects and Classes
Chapter 5: Inheritance and Interfaces
Chapter 6: Events and Delegates
Chapter 7: Exceptions
Chapter 8: Winforms and GUI Development
Chapter 9: I/O
Chapter 10: Database Development
Chapter 11: Multithreading
Chapter 12: Interoperability