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Moving To VB .net 2ND Edition Strategies Conceptby Daniel Appleman
Synopses & Reviews
In this new edition of his popular title, Moving to VB .NET: Strategies, Concepts, and Code, Second Edition, Visual Basic guru Dan Appleman not only updates the book to include coverage of changes to Visual Basic .NET in Visual Studio .NET 2003, but he extends the areas most important to VB .NET programmers since its release. Topics such as .NET remoting, versioning, and object-oriented programming are further illuminated using Appleman's own personable and highly effective style.
Appleman explains the whys and hows of the VB .NET technology features, and delves into the controversies around many of the choices. Evaluating VB .NET from the perspective of the developer, you'll learn to write high quality VB .NET code in well-designed applications. The author brings the same attention to technical detail and real-world attitude to this second edition as he has brought to all of his past books.
Book News Annotation:
Written for intermediate to advanced Visual Basic programmers and programmers coming to VB .NET from other languages, this book covers VB. NEt adoption strategies, concepts such as inheritance and multithreading, code aspects, and Windows and Internet applications. New to this second edition are comparisons between VB2002 and VB2003, and additional discussions of late binding, thread pooling, Regular Expressions, and .NET remoting. The author is a software developer. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
In this new edition, Visual Basic guru Appleman not only updates the book to include coverage of changes to VB. NET in Visual Studio 2003, but also extends those areas that have proven important to VB. NET programmers since its release.
In this new edition of his popular title, Moving to VB .NET, Visual Basic guru Dan Appleman not only updates the book to include coverage of changes to VB.NET in Visual Studio 2003, but extends those areas that have proven important to VB.Net programmers since its release. Topics such as .Net remoting, versioning and object oriented programming are further illuminated using his own personable and highly effective style.
Table of Contents
Introduction.- Strategies: Where Should You Begin?- Facing VB.NET Without Fear or Panic.- Adoption Strategies.- Concepts: .NET in Context.- Inheritance.- Memory Management in VB .NET.- VB .NET Multithreading.- Code: Data Types and Operators.- Language Syntax.- Objects In-Depth.- Reflection and Attributes.- The Wonderful World of .NET: .NET Namespaces - The Grand Tour.- Windows Applications.- Internet Applications and Services.- COM Interop and Accessing the Win32 API.- Living with .NET
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