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Microsoft .NET for COBOL Programmers offers more than 23 hours of video presentations on using COBOL in the Microsoft .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET. This course uses Fujitsu's NetCOBOL for .NET product and focuses on a wide range of .NET related topics and technologies.
This book contains an excellent primer on Object COBOL.
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This manual and accompanying video-based instruction are for people who will be using NetCOBOL for .NET. This course is designed as supplemental instruction. It assumes that you possess basic knowledge of COBOL and are familiar with Microsoft Windows Platforms. Some familiarity with Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft visual development languages is helpful.
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Microsoft's .NET Environment represents the single most substantial impact upon COBOL since the advent of IBM's ISPF in the 1970's. Not only does it provide an ultra-modern development environment in Visual Studio .NET, which COBOL now plugs into, but it provides in excess of 5,000 callable classes and API's that COBOL developers have direct, unfiltered, non-wrappered access to. COBOL is now on a level playing field with C++, C# and Visual Basic, as COBOL developers use the identical screen painters and development environment for developing GUI Windows applications as well as ASPX Web Form applications, and may even develop Web Services in COBOL. Legacy programs can be brought into this exciting new environment, allowing COBOL to fully participate on the PC, on the Network and on the Web. This book includes approximately 23 hours of video based training on 2 CD's. It is not fluff - it is real programming, using these new technologies and includes numerous sample COBOL programs to help get programmers started. But more importantly, is explains the concepts from the ground up, so that COBOL programmers who are unfamiliar with this new environment may learn how to use it quickly and efficiently. I truly hope that COBOL programmers everywhere will find this extremely useful in programming for the future.
-Howard E. Hinman
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