DirectX 8 and Visual Basic Development

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Sams Publishing, Dec 1, 2001 - Computers - 459 pages
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DirectX 8 and Visual Basic Developmentfills an unmet need in the marketplace as the first book to explain how to use VB.NET and DirectX 8 to create sophisticated multi- media applications. Topics include networked games, 3D multimedia applications, enable Force Feedback joystick devices in their own applications, multimedia applications that allow for multiple user input devices, and multimedia applications that use music and sound. Real world examples explain how to use these tools effectively, professionally, and quickly.

  

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About the author (2001)

Keith Sink is a Senior Technical Engineer for Capital Stream, a financial software company in Seattle, WA, where he has been involved in the design, development, and architecture of a number of successful applications. Keith has been a professional software developer for six years and an MCP since 1994, has taught numerous VB training courses, and has beta-tested Microsoft's DirectX since version 2.0. Keith has been animating and writing video games since the TRS-80 programming days in the early 1980s, and enjoys restoring classic video games. While working with Microsoft, Keith contributed to Office 97 Help content as well as content for the Word and PowerPoint Answer Wizards.

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