Books for learning VB.NET


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raj_pattel

Exuse me for asking, I am loking for best book to learn VB.NET language
/ framework. I learn C before but many years ago. Do anyone know good
book, but not too much beginner one. Sory for my english is not good.

Thank you
Jaj
 
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Tim Patrick

I just came out with _Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005_. It reviews most
of the features of VB, and gives an overview of .NET also. I thought that
the publisher Apress also had a VB book for C programmers, but I wasn't able
to locate the title. Try www.apress.com.
 
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Master Programmer

Raj

You really should consider learning a different language. VB is about
to be removed from Visual Studio. Why VB anyway? If you have C
experience you would probably be better with Java.
 
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raj_pattel

Thank you everyone. Yes I thinking of java now. I did not now that vb
going to be removed.

Thank you
Raj
 
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Herfried K. Wagner [MVP]

Master Programmer said:
You really should consider learning a different language. VB is about
to be removed from Visual Studio. Why VB anyway?

Why still repeat this nonsense? There is absolutely no evidence for what
you are saying. Instead, future versions of VB will likely contain features
not available in C# such as direct support for XML literals inside the
source code.
 
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Tim Patrick

If you want to use Java, that's fine. But don't choose it based on the so-called
"Master Programmer's" words. He lied to you. VB will NOT be removed from
Visual Studio.
 
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RobinS

It's not going to be removed. He's just trying to cause trouble.
VB isn't going anywhere; there are hundreds of thousands of
VB.Net programmers out there.

Check out Tim Patrick's book. It's great for someone moving
to VB.Net.

Also, Francesco Balena has a great book called "VB2005: The
Language" that only covers the language, no data access or forms.

Robin S.
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Cor Ligthert [MVP]

Herfried,

We better should not give any reply too the one who gives himself the name
of Master Programmer, with that declaring himself as a fool or a kid.

Since we lost Java there has not been much improvement while it was so
leading in past.

(and I almost felt in your trick)

:)

Cor
 
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bhar kare

Hi,

Ty this book titled " Database Programming using VB.Net and SQL Server".

Jumpstart your career in the Microsoft's .Net (VB .Net and SQL Server
2000) world with this book.
Develop a complete accounting application for Microsoft's .Net platform.
Discover the power of combining ADO .Net with Visual Basic and SQL
Server programmer.
Learn how to design an application based on three tier architecture
including Data Layer, Business Layer and Presentation Layer using a
combination of Microsoft's VB .Net and Microsoft's SQL Server 2000.

I am using this book.

Regards
Madhav
 
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