VB .NET in 60 Minutes a Day
- 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
About the Authors.
Part One: The .NET Experience.
Chapter 1: Nothing but .NET.
Chapter 2: Building Visual Basic .NET Windows Applications.
Chapter 3: Examining Visual Basic .NET.
Chapter 4: Debugging and Exception Handling.
Part Two: Middle-Tier Development in .NET.
Chapter 5: Advanced .NET Windows Applications.
Chapter 6: Building Class Libraries in .NET.
Chapter 7: Extending Visual Basic .NET Classes.
Chapter 8: Implementation Inheritance.
Chapter 9: Interfaces and Polymorphism.
Chapter 10: Data Access in .NET.
Chapter 11: Memory Management and Performance Monitoring.
Chapter 12: Threading.
Part Three: Web Technologies in .NET.
Chapter 13: ASP.NET.
Chapter 14: Data Control and XML in Web Applications.
Chapter 15: XML Web Services.
Part Four: Distribution and Interoperability in .NET.
Chapter 16: Interoperability.
Chapter 17: Mobile Internet Toolkit.
Chapter 18: Localization and Globalization.
Chapter 19: Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic .NET Migration.
Chapter 20: Distributing .NET Projects.
Appendix A: Installing .NET.
Appendix B: About the 60 Minutes Web Site.
Appendix C: Glossary.
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.