Learning Programming Using Visual Basic.NET, by William Burrows, teaches students programming while using VB to illustrate the concepts and techniques. This text uses Windows Forms for Visual Basic programming. Beginning with fundamental programming concepts and gradually moving toward complex methods, this text guides students through realistic end-user applications that they will encounter in the real world.
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Bill Burrows holds a MA from University of Washington, 1971, and is currently a professor of MIS at U WA School of Business.
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