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Introducing Visual Basic 2005 for Developers

by Sean Campbell, Scott Swigart, Kris Horrocks, and Derek Hatchard

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Microsoft Visual Basic 6 is your tool of choice, so why upgrade to the next version of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET? This guide offers a focused, first look at the specific features and capabilities that you can exploit—using your existing skill set—for simpler coding, better application reliability, easier deployment, and other benefits. The authors, Visual Basic experts who’ve worked with Visual Studio .NET since its first beta, fully understand the adoption and code migration issues you’re facing. They offer inside insights on new features and tools, walk you through practical code examples, and provide expert guidance on how to make a successful, productive transition—without a daunting learning curve.

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Sean Campbell and Scott Swigart are senior principals at 3 Leaf Solutions and are leading this team of authors. Both have been involved with .NET since the first beta release and have been educating and mentoring people on the product ever since. They have a long history of helping Microsoft develop content on its technologies and have built a strong relationship with the Visual Studio product group. They will work closely with that team in developing this title. Sean and Scott led a team of people from 3 Leaf in the writing of 101 Microsoft Visual Basic .NET Applications, recently published by Microsoft Press, and have demonstrated that they are very familiar with Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic .NET adoption and code migration issues.



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