Visual Basic .NET - Our 469 Page eBook

(For Visual Studio up to and including Community 2015)

£5.49

Approximately 170 Pages of Bonus Content!

  • Lots more Exercises and Projects
  • Answers to Exercises
  • Collections and Lists
  • Enumerated List
  • LINQ Functions
  • LINQ Queries
  • SQL Server Express Databases
  • DataGrids
  • VB NET and Graphics
  • Image Manipulation
  • Write your own email client
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Book Description

Our Visual Basic .NET PDF book will get you up and running with Microsoft's newest programming environment. It contains all our tutorials from the website in one handy book. It has no adverts or sidebar links in it, and is 469 pages of crisp, clear text.

The book assumes that you have no programming experience whatsoever. Slowly but surely, you are introduced to the ideas and concepts behind programming. You do this by having a go yourself, and following along with the lessons and exercises in the book.

By the end of the course, you will have written a full computer programme that you'll be immensely proud of. If you want a challenge, or just to give your brain a run out, then this is definitely the book for you!

Programming with VB NET is a lot easier than you think. Certainly, it can be tricky at times. But with the our help of our Home and Learn book, you CAN do it! (This book is for software versions up to and including 2015 of Visual Studio.)


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"First of all, I just wanted to thank you for providing such a useful resource! I'm basically just a hobbyist programmer that started with QuickBasic and moved up when my ideas started outpacing the capabilities of the QuickBasic environment. Visual Basic.NET seemed like the obvious choice, but I can tell you that I would have been lost without your introductory course." Steve

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