As Microsoft's most popular programming language in the world,Visual Basic allows applications to be written with dramaticallyless code. Programmers can simply drag and drop controls, such asbuttons and dialog boxes, and then define their appearance andbehavior. With VB 2005, this language has finally made the leap tobecoming a true object-oriented language, and is now able to takeadvantage of everything the .NET Framework has to offer. Thisunparalleled author team combines their years of expert-levelexperience to provide you with the complete VB.NET developerresource. You'll be equipped with everything you need to know totake your abilities to the next level when writing robust, usefulapplications.
What you will learn from this book
How to deal with the issues of security, data access, and thelatest Visual Studio® 2005 IDE
Working with namespaces, networking protocols, andgenerics
How inheritance and interfaces can be used within VisualBasic®
Definitions of objects, classes, instances, encapsulation,abstraction, and polymorphism
Who this book is for
This book is for experienced developers who have used VisualBasic and are looking to make the transition to VB 2005 and the.NET Framework.
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Professional VB 2005
Bill Evjen, Billy Hollis, Rockford Lhotka, Tim McCarthy, Rama Ramachandran, Kent Sharkey, Bill Sheldon
Wiley / Wrox
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Billy Hollis is a nationally recognized expert on the Microsoft® .NET Framework. He is a Microsoft® Regional Director, Microsoft® Most Valuable Professional, and Microsoft® Software Legend. Billy has authored or coauthored eight books, including Professional VB.NET 2003. Bill operates .NET Masters, a company that develops custom applications, primarily for the healthcare industry. He is active in INETA and is a regular speaker at industry events such as TechEd and VSLive.