VB .NET in 60 Minutes a Day

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Wiley, 2003 - Computers - 690 pages
  • Professional Visual Basic .NET skills are in heavy demand since it's often the easiest and fastest way to connect the many components that are required in an enterprise-level application
  • Includes thirty one-hour lessons that recreate a typical week-long introductory seminar
  • Covers the critical information that every VB .NET developer should know
  • The author has written more than thirty courses in application development, messaging, and network development and is currently training for AutoDesk
  • Companion Web site features an online presentation by the author that follows along with each chapter and includes an audio-only option for readers with dial-up Internet connection

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BRUCE BARSTOW provides technical training and consulting services in a wide range of technologies spanning programming, network engineering, Internet/Intranet, and messaging solutions worldwide. He has authored more than thirty courses in application development, messaging, and network development and authored the Visual Basic 5.0 and Internet Explorer Administration Kit certification tests for Transcender Corporation, the leader in certification preparation tools.
Tony Martin is a Principal Software Engineer at Best Software, Inc. He creates software development processes and architecture, oversees and manages software development projects, and writes all sorts of code in Visual Basic and C++. He also teaches in-house courses to other programmers who want to learn .NET and what it has to offer.

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