In their book, "e;Programming VB.NET: A Guide for Experienced Programmers"e;, Gary Cornell and Jonathan Morrison carefully explain the features of what is, for all practical purposes, a new language. This careful treatment of language features, patterned on Cornell's best-selling "e;Core Java Volume 1"e; is necessary because although VB.NET looks like BASIC, it is really a language in the Java/C# family from a "e;semantic"e; point of view. This means all features of the language will need explaining to the programming 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 on the exciting VB.NET language and will be ready to move on to application-building strategies and concepts. Author Information:Gary Cornell is one of today's best-selling computer authors and winner of a "e;Visual Basic Programmer's Journal"e; Award for best introductory Visual Basic book. He is also the editor of Pinnacle Publishing Company's "e;.NET Newsletter"e; that has more than 15,000 subscribers. He is also the co-founder of Apress. Jonathan Morrison is the author of Apress' extremely well-received "e;C++ For Visual Basic Programmers"e; and currently works for Microsoft Corporation. He previously worked as a consultant for numerous high technology companies on VB development for the Enterprise.
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