Beginning Visual Basic 2015 by Bryan Newsome

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Learn Visual Basic step by step and start programming right away Beginning Visual Basic 2015 is the ideal guide for new programmers, especially those learning their first language. This new edition has been updated to align with Visual Studio 2015, and also refocused to concentrate on key beginner topics. Precise, step-by-step instructions walk you through important tasks, and clear explanations targeted to beginners will have you writing your first Visual Basic application quickly. You'll start from the absolute beginning, assuming no prior programming experience, and then gradually build your skills to write Visual Basic applications for Windows and the Web. Coverage includes objects, class libraries, graphics, databases, and much more, with explicit instructions on using ASP.NET, SQL Server, ADO.NET, and XML. Visual Studio is the usual environment for Visual Basic programming, and the latest upgrade has made Visual Basic more feature compatible with C# to allow programmers to move fluidly between the two languages. Don't know C#? Don't worry! This book starts from the very beginning of Visual Basic programming to help you build your skills from the ground-up. * Understand flow control and data structure * Debug Windows applications, dialog boxes, and menus * Master objects and object-oriented techniques * Access databases, program graphics, and program for the Web Over three million programmers use Visual Basic, and many of them learned it as their first language. It's beginner-friendly, versatile, and visually oriented, making it an ideal introduction to the programming mindset, workflow, and hard skills. Beginning Visual Basic 2015 gets you started on the right foot, with clear, patient instruction and plenty of hands-on practice.
 

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About the authorBryan Newsome is a senior programmer/analyst and a Microsoft Certified Application Developer for VB.NET. Since starting his career with Visual Basic 5, he has embraced each new version and now creates all new applications leveraging the .NET platform and VB.NET. Bryan has built a reputation around providing solutions and mentoring on leading-edge Microsoft technologies.Visit us at wrox.com where you have access to free code samples, Programmer to Programmer forums, and discussions on the latest happenings in the industry from around the world.
 
Published December 2, 2015 by Wrox. 624 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference.
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