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Visual Basic.NET 2008 Database Basics By J. Burton Browning
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Visual Basic .NET for Beginners By Ken Carney
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Visual Basic NET programming for complete beginners
Visual Basic .NET for Beginners By Ken Carney
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Visual Basic NET programming for complete beginners
Visual Basic 2008 Personal Tips and Basic Codes By Dan Nilsson
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An ultimate guide for the complete VB.NET beginner, includes small parts of codes and personal tips from the writer.
Visual Basic .NET for complete beginners By Ken Carney
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Visual Basic .NET programming for complete beginners. Uses the free Express editions from Microsoft, up to and including versions 2010.
C#.net 2008 By Rajendra Salokhe
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STARTING BASICS CONTROL FLOW STATEMENTS FUNCTIONS ARRAYS AND STRUCTURES CLASSES AND OBJECTS FUNCTION OVERLOADING INHERITANCE INHERITANCE AND ARRAY OF... More > OBJECTS INTERFACES DELEGATES COLLECTIONS/EVENTS OTHER TOPICS FORM MDI FORMS CREATING DATABASES The Ado.net Architecture DISCONNECTED ARCHITECTURE USING MULTIPLE TABLES STORED PROCEDURES A PROJECT WITH SINGLE TABLE PRINTING CRYSTAL REPORTS PROJECT ADDING A RECORD IN MASTER REPORTING CREATING MENUS DEPLOYMENT LINQ LAMBDA EXPRESSION LINQ TO SQL JOINING TABLES. LINQ TO DATASET LINQ TO XML< Less
Visual Basics By Ken Carney
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i have had permission to get this book printed by the maker. this book is the best book i have found to help me with my visual basics programs; it shows you step by step how visua basics works and... More > how to use it.< Less
Visual Basic NET 2010: A Home and Learn Book By Ken Carney
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This is a beginners Visual Basic NET programming book produced by Home and Learn. It uses the free Express edition from Microsoft, so no software to buy. The book covers all versions, up to and... More > including 2010. Already sells well on our website!< Less
Learn to Program with VB.Net 2008 Express By John Smiley
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An Introductory text on VB.Net using Visual Basic.Net 2008 Express Edition. The easiest technical book you'll ever read. Open it up and see for yourself. Join Professor Smiley's Visual Basic.Net... More > class as he teaches essential skills in programming, coding and more. Using a student-instructor conversational format, this book starts at the very beginning with crucial programming fundamentals. You'll quickly learn how to identify customer needs so you can create an application that achieves programming objectives---just like experienced programmers. By identifying clear client goals, you'll learn important programming basics---like how computers view input and execute output based on the information they are given---then use those skills to develop real-world applications. Participate in this one-of-a-kind classroom experience and see why Professor Smiley is renowned for making learning fun and easy.< Less
Visual Basic .NET at Work: Building 10 Enterprise Projects By William Simpson
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We have all read books about new technology that go on for pages and pages about something or other, slipping you little code fragments as they go. You’re always waiting for that big example,... More > the payoff for having waded through explanations and theory. And suddenly you come to the end of the chapter, having seen only a few trivial examples of the technology’s use. These books give you something to think about, but more work to do before you can really get started using what you have learned. Seeing the technology in action is critical to understanding how it works and is meant to be used. You need substantial examples to make this happen, examples that relate to the real world and tackle real problems.< Less