Visual Basic.Net Developer's Headstart

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9780072222388: Visual Basic.Net Developer's Headstart

This developer's guide provides a complete Visual Basic.NET overview. It shows how Visual Basic.NET compares to C# and Java, and teaches readers how to migrate existing Visual Basic applications to Visual Basic.NET. There is in-depth coverage that includes: common language runtime; legacy code integration; inheritance; polymorphism; encapsulation; and garbage collection.

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A Developer's Resource for Building and Implementing a Visual Basic.NET Strategy

Create powerful and complex applications using this hard-core and practical resource. You'll learn how to take advantage of Visual Basic.NET's powerful new object-oriented features and understand the core differences between VB and VB.NET. Divided into seven easy-to-navigate chapters, Visual Basic.NET Developer's Headstart is designed to deliver expert information, tips, and advice for migrating and implementing Visual Basic.NET applications.

Key topics include:


-Visual Basic.NET overview
-Comparing Visual Basic.NET to Visual Basic 6, Delphi, Java, and C#
-Migrating existing code to Visual Basic.NET
-Understanding the Common Language Runtime and the Common Language Specification

Unveil the power of Visual Basic.NET. Discover how to build robust applications.

Important coverage includes:


-Inheritance
-Polymorphism
-Encapsulation
-Arrays
-Strings
-Win Forms
-Web Forms
-Web Services
-Serialization
-Legacy code integration

About the Author:

Jeffrey R. Shapiro (Boca Raton, FL) has been a consulting engineer and IT specialist for more than 13 years. He has written several books on software development and technology and has written numerous articles on technology for magazines such as Call Centre and Network World. A frequent speaker at technology conferences, such as Software Development, Jeffrey has worked with hundreds of companies such as Microsoft, Novell and IBM, a number of public institutions and several governments. Jeffrey is also the author of Osborne's SQL Server 2000: The Complete Reference. Jason Beres (Boca Raton, FL) has been an application developer and consultant for more than 10 years. As a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer and Microsoft Certified Trainer, Jason has a vast arsenal in providing a complete solution for his customers and students. Jason is a frequently requested speaker at events such as Microsoft Developer Days and a variety of South Florida computer Users Groups.

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