Visual Studio 2008 All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 9, 2011 - Computers - 840 pages
Visual Studio 2008 is packed with features that help you create better software and do it with less repetition and drudgery. Visual Studio 2008 All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies shows you how to make the most of this cool suite of tools! It’s all here!

This comprehensive, seven-books-in-one guide gets you up and running with Visual Studio 2008 in no time. You’ll discover Microsoft’s vision for Visual Studio, get familiar with the .Net environment and languages, and learn how to install, browse, and make connections with Visual Studio. Soon, you’ll be building applications for Vista, Office 2007, and mobile devices; using AJAX and LINQ; and testing and debugging your programs. Discover how to:

  • Understand Visual Studio’s role in software development
  • Work with .Net languages
  • Develop applications for Vista
  • Build smart client interfaces
  • Use the visual data designer
  • Use Ajax controls
  • Streamline application deployment
  • Debug your applications
  • Explore ASP. NET services
  • Work with strongly typed data sets
  • Access data with Visual Studio
  • Program with Visual Studio 2008
  • Build professional reports with Crystal Reports

Fully updated with new information on Vista and .NET Framework 3.0 development, MS Office application development, and more, Visual Studio 2008 All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies also features a companion Web site packed with sample projects, supplemental podcasts, and a support forum. You’ll never find a smarter way to get up to speed with Visual Studio 2008!

 

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Rick Leinecker has held a number of prestigious positions in companies such as IntraCorp, MCI, and Landmark Communications. He has written more than 20 books on technical subjects such as C++, C#, ASP.NET, and computer security. He has a thriving consulting practice in North Carolina’s Triad area and innovates in fields such as imaging, podcasting, and artificial intelligence.

Vanessa L. Williams is a consultant and author specializing in Microsoft’s Share Point and .NET technologies. Through her Midwest consulting business, Vanessa Williams Business Solutions, she provides custom development, systems implementation, hosting, and training services for SharePoint, .NET, and Visual Studio Team System. She has ten years of business information systems experience spanning several industries including transportation, petroleum marketing, manufacturing, retail, and motor-sports entertainment. Her nontechnical experience –– including jobs as a shipping clerk, accounting clerk, and forklift driver –– gives her the unique ability to view systems implementations from an end-user’s perspective.

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