Sebastopol, CA—Take control of Visual Basic 2010—for everything from basic Windows® and web development to advanced multithreaded applications. Written by Visual Basic experts Klaus Löffelmann and Sarika Calla Purohit, Microsoft® Visual Basic 2010 Developer's Handbook (Microsoft Press, $59.99 USD) provides an in-depth reference on language concepts and features, as well as scenario-based guidance for putting Visual Basic to work. It's ideal whether you're creating new applications with Visual Basic 2010 or upgrading projects built with an earlier version of the language.
Discover how to:
- Use Visual Basic 2010 for Windows Forms and Windows Presentation Foundation projects
- Build robust code using object-oriented programming techniques, such as classes and types
- Work with events and delegates—and add your own events to custom classes
- Program arrays, collections, and other data structures in the Microsoft .NET Framework
- Solve problems quickly and easily using My namespace in Visual Basic
- Dive into Microsoft LINQ, including LINQ to XML and LINQ to Entities
- Tackle threading, multitasking, and multiprocessor development and debugging
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Microsoft® Visual Basic® 2010 Developer's Handbook
Publisher: Microsoft Press
By Klaus Löffelmann, Sarika Calla Purohit
Print ISBN: 9780735627055 Ebook ISBN: 9780735663107
Print Price: $59.99 Ebook Price: $47.99
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