In this new edition of his popular title, "e;Moving to VB .NET"e;, Visual Basic guru Dan Appleman not only updates the book to include coverage of changes to VB.NET in Visual Studio 2003, but extends those areas that have proven important to VB.Net programmers since its release. Topics such as .Net remoting, versioning and object oriented programming are further illuminated using his own personable and highly effective style. Appleman not only explains the technology features of VB .NET, but the reasons for them, and the controversies around some of those choices. Evaluating VB NET from the perspective of the developer, you'll find material that may infuriate everybody from staunch VB traditionalists to Microsoft marketing staff. Most importantly the reader will learn to write good quality VB .NET code in well-designed applications. Appleman brings the same attention to technical detail and real world attitude to "e;Moving to VB .NET"e; 2nd Edition, he has brought to all his past books, and is a sure winner with readers.