Karl Moore's Visual Basic .NET: The Tutorials

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Apress, Sep 17, 2004 - Computers - 600 pages
Karl Moore¿s Visual Basic .NET: The Tutorials provides new programmers and hardcore developers alike with all they need to get up and running with the latest version of Visual Basic. Split into eight humorous and dynamic tutorials, the book covers the key, real-life areas of .NET clearly, and in the shortest time possible. Among other things, Karl Moore shows you how to create a fully functional database application in just three lines of code, uncover the one secret that opens the world to Web services and learn how it can seriously boost your productivity, build interactive Web sites using Visual Basic code, and build applications (in minutes) that can run on everything from mobile phones to microwaves. You¿ll also learn the top ten tips you can¿t afford to live without, how the latest object-oriented programming techniques can rocket you to guru level, how tapping into the book¿s code library can help you handle all your common programming tasks, plus much more. If you¿re new to programming, you¿ll be given the full tour of Visual Basic .NET and be taught everything from the ground up¿and in the quickest time possible. If you¿re coming from Visual Basic 6, you¿ll be shown exactly what has changed, before being presented with a clear training plan that will take you straight to the top, fast. Karl Moore¿s Visual Basic .NET: The Tutorials brings to the .NET industry its first true ¿career in a book,¿ consistently presented in a style trademarked by Moore¿s online tutorials and live radio shows, a style that is humorous, interactive, and above all, easy to understand. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Karl Moore is a technology author living in Yorkshire, England. He runs his own consultancy group, White Cliff Computing Ltd. and is senior editor behind the popular development network, VB-World. When he¿s not writing for magazines, speaking at conferences, or making embarrassing mistakes on live radio, Karl enjoys a complete lack of a social life. You can visit Karl on the Web at www.karlmoore.com.

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Karl Moore lives in Yorkshire, England. He is author of Karl Moore's Visual Basic .NET: The Tutorials and runs his own international consultancy group, White Cliff Computing Ltd. Karl regularly presents at industry conferences and is featured in leading development magazines, plus he's a frequent voice on BBC Radio. You can visit his official website at http://www.karlmoore.com.

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