Sams Teach Yourself Visual Basic .NET in 21 Days

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Sams Publishing, 2002 - Computers - 663 pages

Sams Teach Yourself Visual Basic.NET in 21 Days provides readers with 21 structured lessons with step-by-step guidance to real-world tasks. Each chapter also contains exercises that reinforce the lessons learned in each chapter. Tips, Notes, and Cautions provide additional advice from the authors on how to get up-to-speed and programming quickly with Visual Basic.NET.

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Contents

Table
1
At a Glance
7
Visual Basic NET
9
DAY
20
WEEK 1
37
DAY 4
42
Application Architecture in NET
133
Sure They Dont
153
Using the NET Framework
479
Finishing Touches
519
Workshop 554
554
WEEK 2
555
Working with XML
564
This
566
Summary 576
576
APPENDIx
579

Debugging
164
Working with Objects
183
DAY 21
194
In Review
209
Building a User Interface with Windows Forms
235
Building the User Interface with Web Forms
271
Data Binding 356
356
Using the Server Explorer
363
Exercises 387
387
In Review
411
What Is a Web Service?
582
DAY 15
586
Creating a Simple Web Service
589
Creating a Web Service Client
595
In Review
613
Answers for Day 4
619
Answers for Day 9
627
Answers for Day 12 635
635
Answers for Day 21 649
649
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About the author (2002)

Duncan Mackenzie is an MCSD, MCSE, and MCT who works for the MSDN (http://msdn.microsoft.com) group at Microsoft out of Redmond, Washington. He is an excited Visual Basic .NET programmer who has an annoying habit of writing the occasional article. Duncan also has been active as a Visual Basic trainer and has taught many courses ranging from intermediate to advanced VB programming. Duncan has written and collaborated on a number of books on Microsoft technologies, including Platinum Edition Using Visual Basic 6.0 and Word 2000 VBA Programmer's Reference. He also speaks at many conferences focused on Microsoft development.

Kent Sharkey is an MCSD, MCSE, MCT, and MCP+SB. He currently works at Microsoft as a Technical Evangelist within its .NET Solutions Group, his current assignment being the .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET. Before joining Microsoft, Kent had many years of experience as a trainer and consultant, concentrating on architecting and writing n-tier applications using Visual Basic. He has written and collaborated on a number of books on Visual Basic, including MCSD Fast Track: Visual Basic Exam 70 175; MCSD Fast Track: Visual Basic Exam 70 176; MCSD Fast Track: 4 in 1; and Beginning Visual Basic 6.0 Application Development. He is a regular speaker at various developer conferences focused on Microsoft development.

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