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ISBN: 1893115992
Author: Gary Cornell,Jonathan Morrison
Language: English
Publisher: Apress; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. edition (October 9, 2001)
Pages: 528
Category: Programming
Subcategory: IT
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 262
Size Fb2: 1262 kb
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The book is primarily designed for experienced Visual Basic developers making the transition to V. However, it can also be appreciated by other experienced programmers regardless of their programming background.

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In Programming VB .NET: A Guide for Experienced Programmers, authors Gary Cornell and Jonathan Morrison carefully explain the exciting features of Visual Basic .NET. Since VB .NET is, for all practical purposes, a whole new language even for the most experienced Visual Basic programmers, developers need to think differently about many familiar topics. Cornell and Morrison are there to help you with careful discussions of each topic.

Cornell and Morrison write from the point of view of the experienced programmer, with constant references to the changes from earlier versions of VB. Developers learn how to use VB .NET for database programming through ADO.NET and web programming through ASP.NET. After reading Programming VB .NET: A Guide for Experienced Programmers, developers will have a firm grasp of the exciting VB .NET language and its uses in creating powerful .NET applications.

Comments:

Gholbithris
Cornell has always been one of my favorite writers on programming topics and this book doesn't dissapoint. (Interestingly enough, Jesse Liberty my other favorite writer on programming, has written a great C# book.) There is no question in my mind that this book currently is by far the best place to learn VB .NET if you have any programming experience at all.
Note however that Cornell's book isn't comprehensive and it doesn't cover nearly as many topics as Wrox's "Professional VB .NET." so you might want to get a copy of that book for now.
But what Cornell covers he generally covers in a far better manner and in much more detail than the Wrox book. (As I said in a previous review I found the Wrox book too variable from chapter to chapter to be ideal.) In particular, Cornell's chapters on OOP (especially the Inheritance and Interface chapter) are among the best I have ever seen on these topics. This is also the first book on VB .NET that I have seen that really covers multi-threading in any depth and I was happy to see that the chapter on Windows Forms covers basic printing! (A pet peeve of mine...).
However, the downside to Corenll's book is that the chapters on ADO .NET and ASP .NET are only brief surveys and you pretty much have to (but you should anyway) turn to the excellent books "Teach Yourself ASP .NET in 21 Days" (Payne, Sams) and "Database Programming with VB NET" (Thomsen, Apress) for more information on these topics.
Aurizar
The 3 chapters on OOP (Classes and Objects, Inheritance and Interfaces, and Event Handling and Delegates) are by far the clearest I have read on the subject. That goes for both text and example code, which are working! If only for these 3 chapters, which cover 40% of the 422 usable pages, it's worth the price of the book.
Gary Cornell does state that these 3 chapters form the core of the book, and after reading this book and Dan Appleman's "Moving to VB.NET", I totally agree that developers "will find it extremely hard to take advantage of VB.NET's new powers" if they don't utilize OOP in VB.NET. Knowing, and being comfortable with, OOP makes it so much easier to develop solutions using VB.NET, and the .NET framework in general.
I thought the 2 intro chapters on VB.NET IDE and "vocabulary" were informative and not boring, and that goes for the chapter on Multithreading.
I would have liked to see a longer and more detailed treatment of Error Handling, and some "real" examples for the Windows Forms chapter.
In "About This Book", the author set 3 objectives: a complete treatment of OOP in VB.NET, fundamentals of VB.NET techniques, and differences between VB.NET and earlier versions. He has succeeded in these 3 objectives!
I will disagree though with the note on not assuming any knowledge of earlier versions of VB. Experienced VB5/6 programmers WITH some real C++ (OOP) experience will benefit the most from this book.
Hamrl
I was looking forward to upgrading a few small applications that I've written in previous versions of VB to VB.NET, but wasn't sure exactly where to start. This book formed an excellent basis. Even if you've only had a little bit of experience with VB, you should find it to be an invaluable resource for learning the ins and outs of OO programming and VB.NET's implementation. The book provides very through coverage of most of the important concepts that real-world developers will need. It does move quickly through most topics (perhaps the reason for the "A Guide for Experienced Programmers"), but I found the pace to be perfect for me (although I'll be re-reading some sections soon). In fact, the only portion of the book that I found to be lacking was coverage of database access using ADO.NET. The book does provide a brief chapter on teh topic, but refers the reader to the documentation for more details. A little extra coverage here (especially since dealing with data sources is such an important topic for real-world developers) would have been helpful.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone that wants to get an great basis of knowledge for working with VB.NET. Good luck!
Xtreem
This book was quite good! It had an especially good introduction to delegates and events. However, I should point on that the multithreading seems to have a minor mistake when talking about UI programming. The author creates a delegate pointing to the UI code, but doesn't use the Control.Invoke method to actually execute it on the right thread. (I checked this by displaying the name of the thread.) Anyone figure this one out? Also, brackets were left out when doing bitwise comparison of file attributes, so it wouldn't work. But believe me, these two minor errors are less than most of the rushed out .net books I've read!
There are other good titles on Apress, like the VB and the .NET platform (Troelsen), which is not as comprehensive as you would think, but is still filled with good stuff. Another good one is The Book of VB.NET (Macdonald), which has lots of little developer insights scattered throughout. But take my advice and stay away from the Wrox Professional VB.NET. The great red menance isn't as good as it once was.
Downloaded
If anyone needs to know about how VB .NET should be programmed, and programmed well, they ought to buy this book. Its so well explained and it really gave me what I was looking for from this book. Don't miss out on this one.
Magis
This book simply doesn't have enough information to be named "a guide for EXPERIENCED programmer". It is rather a quick overall introductions. So don't get this book if you need to get some serious work done.

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