Professional VB 2005 with .NET 3.0
Chapter 1: Understanding the .NET Framework Architecture.
Chapter 2: Visual Basic 2005 Core Elements.
Chapter 3: Object Syntax Introduction.
Chapter 4: Object-Oriented Programming.
Chapter 5: The Common Language Runtime.
Chapter 6: Localization.
Chapter 7: Generics.
Chapter 8: Namespaces.
Chapter 9: Exception Handling and Debugging.
Chapter 10: Data Access with ADO.NET 2.0.
Chapter 11: Using XML in Visual Basic 2005.
Chapter 12: Security in the .NET Framework.
Chapter 13: Visual Studio 2005.
Chapter 14: Working with SQL Server.
Chapter 15: Windows Forms.
Chapter 16: Windows Forms Advanced Features.
Chapter 17: Windows Presentation Foundation.
Chapter 18: Integrating WPF with Windows Forms.
Chapter 19: Working with ASP.NET 2.0.
Chapter 20: ASP.NET 2.0 Advanced Features.
Chapter 21: Assemblies.
Chapter 22: Deployment.
Chapter 23: Working with Classic COM and Interfaces.
Chapter 24: Threading.
Chapter 25: Windows Workflow Foundation.
Chapter 26: XML Web Services.
Chapter 27: Remoting.
Chapter 28: Enterprise Services.
Chapter 29: Network Programming.
Chapter 30: Windows Communication Foundation (WCF).
Chapter 31: Windows Services.
Chapter 32: Visual Basic and the Internet.
Appendix A: The Visual Basic Compiler.
Appendix B: Visual Basic Resources.
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Tim McCarthy is a principal engineer at InterKnowlogy, where he architects and builds applications utilizing the latest Microsoft technologies. He is a Microsoft Certified Application Developer, Microsoft Certified Solution Developer, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and Microsoft Certified Database Administrator. Tim is also an IEEE Certified Software Development Professional.
Tim speaks regularly at several San Diego area user groups (including both .NET and SQL Server groups) and he has been a speaker at Microsoft Developer Days in San Diego for the last several years. He also presents MSDN webcasts, many of which are repeat requests from Microsoft.
He holds a BBA in marketing from the Illinois Institute of Technology as well as an MBA in marketing from National University. Before becoming an application developer, Tim was an officer in the United States Marine Corps. His passion for .NET is surpassed only by his passion for Notre Dame athletics.
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In addition to writing books, Bill has published dozens of articles, including the Developer Update Newsletter and occasional feature articles with SQL Server magazine and other Penton publications. He is an established online presenter for MSDN and speaks at live events such as Microsoft Developer Days and community events such as user groups and code camp. Bill is an avid cyclist and is active in the fight against diabetes.
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