Programming Vb .Net: A Guide For Experienced Programmers

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Book Title – Programming Vb .Net: A Guide For Experienced Programmers
Book Author – Gary Cornell Jonathan Morrison

Publisher – Apress

Topics – Computers,Reference

Programming VB .NET: A Guide for Experienced Programmers


In their book, "Programming VB.NET: A Guide for Experienced Programmers", Gary Cornell and Jonathan Morrison carefully explain the features of what is, for all practical purposes, a new language. This careful treatment of language features, patterned on Cornell's best-selling "Core Java Volume 1" is necessary because although VB.NET looks like BASIC, it is really a language in the Java/C# family from a "semantic" point of view. This means all features of the language will need explaining to the programming coming from a previous version of VB. This book carefully explains all the new features of VB.NET, including Inheritance, Interfaces, Object Construction and Destruction, Streams, Multi-Threading Programming, and much more. When readers finish this book, they will have a firm grasp on the exciting VB.NET language and will be ready to move on to application-building strategies and concepts. Author Information: Gary Cornell is one of today's best-selling computer authors and winner of a "Visual Basic Programmer's Journal" Award for best introductory Visual Basic book. He is also the editor of Pinnacle Publishing Company's ".NET Newsletter" that has more than 15,000 subscribers. He is also the co-founder of Apress. Jonathan Morrison is the author of Apress' extremely well-received "C++ For Visual Basic Programmers" and currently works for Microsoft Corporation. He previously worked as a consultant for numerous high technology companies on VB development for the Enterprise.