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Visual Basic.NET by Example

Donald, Bob P., Oancea, Gabriel

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ISBN 10: 0789725835 / ISBN 13: 9780789725837
Published by Que, 2001
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Title: Visual Basic.NET by Example

Publisher: Que

Publication Date: 2001

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st.

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Visual Basic.NET by Example helps the reader learn Visual Studio.NET as well as how the language interacts with the .NET framework and other Visual Studio programming languages. Using this book, the reader will learn to build stand alone applications or applications and services which run within Microsoft's .NET Framework. This book explains each topic using real code examples to illustrate the VB.NET language and teaches in an easy-to-use tutorial manner.

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Gabriel Oancea has more than 16 years of experience in software development, mostly in object-oriented analysis and design. He has designed and developed medium- and large-scale distributed applications in a number of languages, including C++, Visual Basic, and Java. Recently, he has focused on distributed systems architecture as a chief architect at ONTOS, Inc. He is the author of a number of patents and publications, including Visual Basic 6 from Scratch, Que, 1999 (with Bob).

Bob Donald has more than 13 years of experience designing and building standalone applications, client/server applications, and enterprise applications. He is a proponent of the use of UML during the analysis and design phases of software development and has broad experience working with various languages, such as Visual Basic, Visual C++, and Java. Bob has also been a guest speaker at the Connecticut Object Oriented Users Group, Microsoft TechNet, and in the Boston area COM Users Group. At ArsDigita, Bob is currently engaged in the architecture and design of their new collaborative workspace enterprise application.

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