Description - Programming VB .NET by Jonathan Morrison
In their book Programming VB.NET: A Guide For Experienced Programmers, Gary Cornell and Jonathan Morrison carefully explain the features of what is really a new language. This careful treatment of language features is necessary because, although VB.NET looks like BASIC, it really is a language in the Java/C# family from a "semantic" point of view. This means all features of the language will need explaining to the programmer coming from a previous version of VB. This book carefully explains all the new features of VB.NET including Inheritance, Interfaces, Object Construction and Destruction, Streams, Multi-Threading programming, and much more. When readers finish this book they will have a firm grasp of the exciting VB.NET language and will be ready to move on to Appleman's book for application building strategies and concepts: Moving to VB.NET.
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Author Biography - Jonathan Morrison
Jonathan Morrison has written several books on C++ and Visual Basic programming, and has over seven years of experience developing applications in Visual Basic, C++, and Java. He has consulted for Racal Datacom, The Maxim Group, and Cyberguard, and has held lead development positions at AIG, Autonation USA, and Digitalbond Inc. He currently works for Microsoft's Solution Integration Engineering Team, where he helps Microsoft's enterprise customers design, develop, and debug their large-scale applications.