Any VB.Net Developers in the house?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Joel Mack, Jan 30, 2003.

  1. Joel Mack

    Joel Mack Cinematographer

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    Re-posted on a suggestion by Mr. Maskeeper:

    I'm looking for a good "So you want to learn VB.Net" book.

    I don't have much of a recent programming background. I did a lot of BASIC about 20 years ago, and took some classes awhile back in COBOL, Assembler, and Smalltalk (so you know my brief but unimpressive coding background).

    Any suggies?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Chad Ellinger

    Chad Ellinger Second Unit

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    I've always been a fan of O'Reilly's books. Although I haven't read it, Learning Visual Basic .NET is something you might want to check out.
     
  3. David Broome

    David Broome Stunt Coordinator

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    I agree, O'Reilly's books are usually pretty good. Depending on how much you like on-line documentation, I usually just stick with the MSDN samples and references to figure stuff out. Or good ole Google. Have you done a search for VB.Net tutorial on Google?
     

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