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Microsoft Visual Basic .NET: Introductory…

Microsoft Visual Basic .NET: Introductory Concepts and Techniques (Shelly…

by Gary B. Shelly

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Visual Basic .NET and the .NET framework are radical changes in the evolution of Microsoft Windows and Web-based application development. Microsoft Visual Basic .NET Comprehensive Concepts and Techniques from the Shelly Cashman Series will help you teach this new version of Visual Basic with confidence and will allow your students to learn this new version with ease. Following the same proven step-by-step pedagogy of our Visual Basic 6.0 book, the transition to .NET will seem effortless. Featuring a streamlined design, the book includes a greater emphasis on programming and coding, troubleshooting tips, and an updated and expanded Introductory chapter so students are sure to start with the basics.

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