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Author: Rishabh Verma; Neha Shrivastava

Publisher: Packt Pages: 458

With the rise in the number of tools and technologies available today, developers and architects are always exploring ways to create better and smarter solutions.

Author: Tim Roughgarden

Publisher: Soundlikeyourself Publishing, LLC Pages: 218

Algorithms Illuminated is an accessible introduction to the subject---a transcript of what an expert algorithms tutor would say over a series of one-on-one lessons.

Author: Mark Seemann; Steven van Deursen

Publisher: Manning Publications Pages: 552

It teaches you DI from the ground up, featuring relevant examples, patterns, and anti-patterns for creating loosely coupled, well-structured applications.

Author: Adalat Khan

Publisher: Xlibris Au Pages: 984

The basic programming fundamentals, professional programming logics and deep concepts of programming in .NET such as the flow control statements in C# and VB.Net.

Author: Philip Conrod; Lou Tylee

Publisher: Kidware Software Pages: 886

Programming tutorial covering object-oriented programming, integrated development environment, building and distributing Windows applications using the Windows Installer.

Author: Jesse Liberty

Publisher: O'Reilly Media Pages: 350

This book will help you build a solid foundation in .NET, and show how to apply your skills by using hundreds of examples to help you become productive quickly.

Author: Souleiman Valiev

Publisher: Frontenac Pages: 600

The selection of topics is designed to help you learn the fundamentals of Visual Basic .NET programming and Visual Studio .NET development tools.

Author: Matthew MacDonald

Publisher: Microsoft Press Pages: 800

This PROGRAMMER’S COOKBOOK provides at-a-glance reference to hundreds of Visual Basic .NET programming scenarios using a concise, problem/solution format.

Author: Michael McMillan

Publisher: Cambridge University Press Pages: 316

Access modifiers and scoping issues, abstract classes, design and implementation of interfaces and design patterns, and refactoring in VB.NET.

Author: Matthew MacDonald

Publisher: Apress Pages: 1080

From best practices to user interface design tips, to a comprehensive examination of .NET user interface controls, this is a lively and practical work.

Author: Christian Nagel

Publisher: Wrox Pages: 1440

Focuses on data consumption, code simplification and performance with new support for local functions, non-nullable reference types and better support for variables.

Author: Jan Goyvaerts; Steven Levithan

Publisher: O'Reilly Media Pages: 612

You’ll learn powerful new tricks, avoid flavor-specific gotchas, and save valuable time with this huge library of practical solutions.

Author: PhD Steven Roman; Ron Petrusha; Paul Lomax

Publisher: O'Reilly Media Pages: 144

Visual Basic .NET or are already deep in code, you will appreciate just how easy and valuable the VB.NET Language Pocket Reference for application development in VB.Net.

Author: Philip Conrod; Lou Tylee

Publisher: Kidware Software Pages: 922

Step-by-step database programming tutorial that provides a detailed introduction to using Visual Basic for accessing and maintaining databases for desktop applications.

Author: Mike McGrath

Publisher: In Easy Steps Limited Pages: 189

Visual Basic in easy steps, 4th edition shows you how to quickly create Windows applications using the latest free Visual Studio Community 2015 programming environment.

Author: Alfred C Thompson II

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Pages: 82

This book is intended to help students learn the most basic syntax of the Visual Basic language with some of the more interesting .NET libraries.


Publisher: Kendall Hunt Publishing Pages: 340

Visual Basic (VB) continues to be the language of choice both in colleges and high schools for introductory programming courses.

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