Visual Basic .NET Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design provides an ideal opportunity to introduce object-oriented programming in the CS1 course. Utilizing a problem-solving approach, the authors present traditional topics such as Control Structures and Arrays within the context of the Visual Basic .NET platform. All chapters contain extensive end-of-chapter material, including complete Programming Examples, Exercises, and Programming Exercises.
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E. Reed Doke: E. Reed Doke is a former Professor of Information Systems in the Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, where he received his Ph.D. Dr. Doke has published eight books and numerous articles focusing on software design and object-oriented development.
Susan Rebstock Williams: Susan Rebstock Williams is a Professor of Information Systems at Georgia Southern University. Prior to earning a Ph.D. in Information Systems from Oklahoma State University, she worked in the industry as a programmer, analyst, and information systems manager. Dr. Williams has published three object-oriented programming textbooks and numerous articles in the areas of information systems development and implementation.
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