Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005

Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005

Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
by Tim Patrick
Published by Addison-Wesley Professional, November 2006
ISBN 0321398009

Sample Chapter: Chapter 1 (PDF Format)
Purchase from: Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, Pearson Higher Education
Electronic Edition: Amazon.com (Kindle Format)


“I have never reviewed a book I enjoyed as much as this one. Excellent coverage, perfect for the intended audience. Concise, clear, accurate descriptions. This is a winner.”
-Ken Getz; MCW Technologies, LLC

Master VB 2005 by Building a Complete, Production-Quality Application from Start-to-Finish!

This book is the fastest, best way for experienced programmers to truly master real-world Visual Basic 2005 development. You won’t just learn syntax and features: you’ll build a complete, robust, data-driven application. You’ll put Visual Basic 2005 to work in solving real business problems, overcoming the practical challenges of building production systems, and you will learn to see Visual Basic 2005 projects as they were intended–as complete, cohesive solutions. Patrick’s engaging style and crystal-clear explanations will help you stay focused, learn fast, and apply what you’ve learned.

  • Master every stage of the application lifecycle and every step in the development process
  • Walk through all facets of database design and ADO.NET data access
  • Create advanced Windows applications with Windows Forms and Web applications with ASP.NET 2.0
  • Make the most of classes, inheritance, and other object-oriented Visual Basic 2005 features
  • Effectively utilize assemblies, data types, error processing, XML, GDI+, and many other language and platform features
  • Learn how to personalize and restrict your application’s features based on user preferences
  • License, localize, document, deploy, and support your application

Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005 is the perfect tutorial for existing Visual Basic programmers moving to Visual Basic 2005, programmers moving from other traditional procedural languages, and experienced Visual Basic .NET/2005 programmers who want to deepen their skills in developing entire projects.

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